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Lorna Dockerill

Lorna Dockerill
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Lorna fell in love with scuba diving back in 2011 during a trip to Thailand and Australia. Having always dreamt of seeing a sea turtle in the wild, her dream was realised on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef while training to become a certified diver. Since then she’s developed a passion for the natural world, writing about wildlife photography – both the on land and underwater kind – for the past eight years.
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Video of the Week: Dancing With A Manta Ray

This week Euro Divers Worldwide wows us with this incredible close encounter with a huge manta ray. What a phenomenal dive this would have...
National Museum of the Royal Navy Partners with Maritime Archaeology Sea Trust

National Museum of the Royal Navy Partners with Maritime Archaeology Sea Trust

From seabed to land, a partnership between the National Museum of the Royal Navy and the Maritime Archaeology Sea Trust has been formally recognised.  The...
Divers Alert Network Welcomes Craig Cook to its Board of Directors

Divers Alert Network Welcomes Craig Cook to its Board of Directors

The Divers Alert Network (DAN) has announced that Craig Cook, M.D., has joined its board of directors. Cook specialises in anaesthesiology, undersea and hyperbaric...
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Video of the Week: Sri Lankan Shipwreck

If you’ve always fancied a glimpse of Sri Lankan shipwrecks, check out our video of the week. Thermopylae Sierra is one of the wrecks lying...
Underwater Photographer of the Week Kirsty Andrews

Underwater Photographer of the Week: Kirsty Andrews

How did you get started in underwater photography?I’d been diving for several years and decided to ‘do a season’ as a dive guide in...
LEAF London Launches New Swimwear Line to Help Save the Ocean

LEAF London Launches New Swimwear Line to Help Save the Ocean

A London fashion start-up is set to launch a women’s swimwear line with marine conservation at its heart. LEAF London says its mission is to...
Tourist Handles Blue Ringed Octopus Oblivious to its Lethal Venom

Tourist Handles Blue-Ringed Octopus Oblivious to its Lethal Venom

A tourist in Australia has appeared on a now viral video holding the small but deadly blue-ringed octopus. The tiny yet vibrant octopus, which is...
Video of the Week: Whale Sharks in the Galapagosvideo

Video of the Week: Whale Sharks in the Galapagos

A group of scuba divers who travelled to the Galapagos were lucky enough to see not one whale shark, but 12! We can only...
Angelshark Seen Near Welsh Coast

Angelshark Seen Near Welsh Coast

The critically endangered angelshark has been spotted off the coast of Wales. As one of Earth’s rarest shark species, angelsharks are on the IUCN...
Underwater Photographer of the Week: Alex Dawson

Underwater Photographer of the Week: Alex Dawson

How did you get started in underwater photography? It basically started when I got certified as a scuba diver in 1993. I rented an analogue...