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We were recently invited to shoot interactive 360º content on behalf of the Sea Life Trust & Sea Life Kelly Tarlton's. Two Green Turtles have been rehabilitated after washing up on the beach over the last two years and were released at the Poor Knights Marine Reserve in the north of New Zealand.
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Johnathan Batz4 mons ago
@Berneice Bergstrom Maybe they're used to human beings. It must be a good place to dive.
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I don't think these fish have noticed humans at all.
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Willa Herman4 mons ago
The large aperture in the water is like the sun in the water, emitting light.
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@Bryon Walsh We had a lot of rain in the lead up to the release which dropped the viz a bit, Thanks for the feedback :)
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Bryon Walsh5 mons ago
Why the water is a bit murky, it makes my vision a little hazy.
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Tiara Labadie5 mons ago
The world in the water, ah, I see a lovely little turtle.
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Alfredo Ratke5 mons ago
The weeds sway in the water like our hair.
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