A touring exhibition showcasing a collection of stunning underwater images
captured in Port Phillip and Westernport Bays by marine life photographers,
Freddie Leong and David Bryant. Their unique photography shows off the
beauty and abundance of aquatic life that thrives under the many piers
and shallow reefs, just off our shores. From the elusive Weedy Seadragon,
to curious seahorses, blue devil fish, amazing anemones, colorful corals,
and beautiful sea sponges of all different shapes and sizes..
The aim of the exhibition is to help raise public awareness
on the importance of protecting Victoria's marine life. The Victorian
Government's proposed channel deepening of Port Phillip Bay poses a significant
threat on the marine environment it harbours. (For more info, Visit www.bluewedges.org
Past Exhibition Venues: Kingston Arts Centre, Latrobe University, Williamstown
Secondary, the public libraries of Hastings, Mornington, Rosebud, Frankston,
Narre Warren, Dandenong, Altona, Cheltenham.