After close to two years I thought I'd post my first ever ( sun - snake - unidentified blue spot) selfie in hopes someone would send me some free product in return for free images of myself taken by a friend for free. Maybe I could try convince you all into what I think you should be eating or even to not take your children to SeaWorld by flaunting my body while saying I'm a marine biologist because that's what's important right? Making our younger generations feel more insecure about their bodies and encouraging them to buy your free product that you don't really even believe in hahaha we live in a crazy, crazy world, but it's only as crazy as you want to let it be. I really am so thankful for social media but I'm more thankful for what's real in my life and what I believe in through education. Anyway this is me. Please don't worry, first and last one I promise. Back to wildlife images tomorrow and I have a great one I want to share. Thanks for the support. Matty.
Meet Myrtle the star of all of my turtle images I take here in Byron Bay. There's not many days I can't find this beautiful girl and we've been hanging out for close to two years now - ever since I started this underwater journey. Very humbled to have spent a good couple of hours today swimming around together in some super clear water. Thanks Byron Bay! Thanks Myrtle! @aquaticadigital @canonaustralia @xcelwetsuits
Draper aşağıdaki videoyu Instagram'a "Günlük dalış öncesi ücretsiz ayak masajım başladı." yazısıyla yolladı. Fotoğrafçılıktaki amacı "korkuyu sihre dönüştürmek" olan Draper, bir yılanın ayak masajı yapmasının aslında inanılmaz derecede rahatlatıcı olduğunu söylüyor.
"En başta tiksindirici gibi geliyor olabilir. Ama insanlar yılana bir kere dokunduklarında büyüleniyorlar, çok yumuşak ve rahatlatıcı."