A manta ray (Manta Birostris) swims off Heron Island Research Station, Queensland © WWF / James Morgan

A manta ray (Manta Birostris) swims off Heron Island Research Station, Queensland © WWF / James Morgan

In photos: James Morgan's Great Barrier Reef

02 Mar 2017

Keywords
  • great barrier reef
  • coral
  • marine species
  • marine turtles
  • protected areas
  • world heritage
  • photography

 

 

Published and exhibited around the world, James’ photographs have appeared in National Geographic, The Guardian, The Sunday Times and on the BBC, to name a few.
He’s a multi-award winning film director and photojournalist who has worked in more than 60 countries, speaks five languages and has made features, documentaries, commercials and music videos.

 

But we love James best for the images he takes of our beloved Great Barrier Reef. They regularly lead campaigns for WWF and you’ll see them peppered around our website.
Take a trip above the Reef with his beautiful aerial shots and get lost below the waves in the Reef’s liquid blue innerspace.

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