Photographer in touch with nature
Local Exmouth photographer Violeta Jahel Brosig is gearing up ahead of this year’s whale shark season to get up and close with the gentle giants.
Mrs Jahel Brosig has been photographing the marine life along the Ningaloo Reef and Cape Range National Park for more than seven years after moving to Australia from Brazil.
“I came to Exmouth to follow a dream of documenting whale sharks and fell in love with the stunning Ningaloo Reef and the variety of vistas the cape range has to offer.
“I love to work with whale sharks as it provides people with a life-changing experience swimming with them like it did with me,” she said.
Mrs Jahel Brosig has worked with the Shire of Exmouth, Tourism WA and EcoOcean Research to promote the area.
She has also set up her own photography business called Blue Media Exmouth which documents the wildlife and marine life along the Exmouth coast, and has since branched out into wedding photography.
Violeta Jahel Brosig takes photos of the Ningaloo Reef.
Tourists swim with a whale shark off Exmouth.