The sea around the north Devon coast can look bleak but it contains an astonishing array of marine life that rivals anywhere in the world. I took up underwater photography about five years ago. I enjoy underwater photography because it’s hard. Not only do you need to be a competent scuba diver, you need to battle with visibility, cold, current, tide and constant movement in the water. I take many photos to get a few good ones and I’m proud of the images that I’ve managed to capture off our dynamic coastline. Visitors will be surprised by the diversity of highly colourful marine life, some of which will be familiar, and some looks more like it belongs in the tropics.
At car park nearby
37 Beach Road