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2018-Latest

Welcome to the 2018 page of Trevor Rees Photography.

Updated monthly with the aim of showing something new - either from the latest dive or from an image produced or shown recently.

British Wildlife Photography Awards (BWPA) - November 2018

Sun star and kelp scene from Scotland's West coast ...more

British & Irish Underwater Photography Championship (BIUPC) - September 2018

Close-up image of a jewel anemone wins the day - 'Champion' ...more

British & Irish Underwater Photography Championship (BIUPC) - September 2018

Diver on the wreck of the wreck of the James Egan Layne wins Wide-angle category. ...more

National marine aquarium print display, Plymouth - September 2018

20 British prints from Underwater Photographer of the year (UWP 2018) on display ...more

Diving the Helford estuary in Connwall - August 2018

Parasitic anemone (Calliactis parasitica) with hermit crabs ...more

Crawfish numbers seem to be increasing - July 2018

Crawfish -or spiny lobster (Palimurus elephas) ...more

Shooting with the Nauticam WACP, Porthkerris - June 2018

Nauticam's Wide Angle Corrector Port - Testing and Review ...more

Nudibranchs from Scotland's West coast - June 2018

Diving at Loch Carron and there are lots of the sea slug Edmundsella pedata ...more

Jewel anemones at the Eddystone - May 2018

Photographing jewel anemones at the Eddystone lighthouse reef ...more

Easter diving at Loch Carron and Sea toads - April 2018

The Sea toad (Hyas araneus) or great spider crab ...more

Mating time for toads - March 2018

The common toad (Bufo bufo) mating in early Spring ...more

Flatfish at Loch Linnhe, Oban - February 2018

A dab (Limanda limanda) from near Dunollie castle, ...more

First salt water dive of the year at Loch Leven - February 2018

The phosphorescent sea pen (Pennatula phosphorea) ...more

Cover of 'in focus' - February 2018

Little cuttle (Sepiola atlantica) ...more

100 hits per month to www.trevorrreesphotography.co.uk

Over 100 hits per month to this web site continues. Interesting perhaps? ...more