With calm seas in the early morning, the decision was made to change subjects back to the reef.
The freshwater environment in the tropics is hazardous due to crocodiles. With the results that I found in the last few days, it was decided that enough time was spent in the freshwater environment. Now with calm seas, the opportunity presents itself to journey to the reef and take clear photographs of the smaller inhabitants.
By revisiting some of the same locations with familiarity and better weather conditions, I hope to apply what I have learned to take some photographs of the life within the great barrier reef. Letting go of the 25mm wide angle lens, and taking hold of a 200mm lens to frame my subjects in view for the world to see.