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Photographer of the Week – Chelsea Haebich
By Joseph Tepper, September 18, 2020 @ 12:00 PM (EST)

Tasmanian clingfish with eggs, Edithburgh Jetty, South Australia
 

If you’re picturing our next Photographer of the Week as something macro, then you might be thinking small.

Sure, Chelsea Haebich might have some sweet snaps of the small stuff (blennies, crabs, shrimp), but there’s something bigger hiding in her image inventory. This Australian underwater photographer’s diverse portfolio ranges from the minute to the majorly big and will inspire your own image collection to grow.

The variety in Chelsea’s portfolio is not only a testament to her skills as a photographer but also to the biodiversity of her backyard waters. South Australia might not come to mind as a must-go underwater photography destination. However, with subjects such as the much-prized leafy seadragon, sea lions, and cuttlefish, this cold water diving destination might just be the next hotspot after all. 

After taking a look through Chelsea’s portfolio, you might just want to go Down Under (way, way down under) once the world begins to re-open to travel.
 

Juvenile cowfish, Port Hughes Jetty, South Australia
 

Decorator crab, Ardrossan Jetty, South Australia
 

Hermit crab, Port Noarlunga Jetty, South Australia
 

Hingeback shrimp, Amed, Bali, Indonesia
 

Horned blenny, Rapid Bay Jetty, South Australia
 

Leafy seadragon, Edithburgh Jetty, South Australia
 

Sabertooth blenny, Amed, Bali, Indonesia
 

Pipefish, Port Hughes Jetty, South Australia
 

Giant Australian cuttlefish, Whyalla, South Australia
 

Long-snouted boarfish, Wreck of the Dredge, South Australia
 

Yellowtail kingfish, North Neptune Islands, South Australia
 

Australian sea lion, Hopkins Island, South Australia
 

Pylons and old wives, Rapid Bay Jetty, South Australia
 

Chelsea with giant cuttlefish friend
 

See more of Chelsea’s beautiful images by following her on Facebook and Instagram.

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