Nov 212013

With last year’s cave diving calendar about to turn to the final page (revealing far too many Christmas parties, I might add), I’m putting 2014 calendars on special.

This year I have created both a cave diving and an ocean diving calendar. From now until Tuesday these are just $30 plus $2 postage within Australia. Send through your payment, your calendar preference and your postal address by PayPal to by midnight on Tuesday to take advantage of the discounted pricing!

The two albums below show the images in each calendar.

2014 Calendars for Sale » 2014 Cave Diving Calendar
2014 Calendar layout
January: Reflections under Weebubbie Lake
February: Sinkhole diving in Mt Gambier
March: the top of the Goat Track in Tank Cave
April: Descending the Chasm in Piccaninnie Ponds
May: Bones in Fossil Cave
June: Clouds of silt in sump 4 in Elk River Cave
July: Scooter shadows in Weebubbie Cave
August: Crystal clear water in Tank Cave
October: Pausing between sumps in Elk River Cave
November: Restriction in Tank Cave
December: Lighting the tunnel in Weebubbie Cave
2014 Calendars for Sale » 2014 Ocean Diving Calendar
May: Looking down the inside of the J4 submarine
August: A napolean snake eel sleeps in the sand at Lovina Beach, Bali
October: Juvenile leatherjackets attack their reflection under Rye Pier
December: soft corals on the wreck of the Liberty, Bali
July: Life on Lonsdale Wall, Victoria
February: blue devil on Lonsdale Wall, Victoria
September: Elephant head rock in the Similan Islands, Thailand
April: gorgonians and fish in the Similan Islands, Thailand
November: Weedy seadragon stares down the lens under Flinders Pier
January: a weedy seadragon at Flinders Pier
March: A blenny under Mornington Pier, Victoria
June: anemone under Mornington Pier, Victoria
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