"Want to learn more about underwater photography? Delve into the beauty and mystery of the world's seas and oceans in this inspiring new book by experienced photojournalists and diving experts Nick and Caroline Robertson-Brown. Sharing images and stories over 32 chapters, the diving duo cover their top sites and species to see across the world. Appealing to a range of readers, exotic faraway spots are balanced with UK locations - such as the blue sharks of Penzance and the Atlantic grey seals of the Farne Islands - with each entry including a fact panel. An insightful introduction reveals the creative challenges the pair overcame during the book's creation (largely connected with the logistics of shooting and gathering the content). With stunning images throughout, the book is ideal for those who wish to gain greater insight into this increasingly popular genre of nature photography."
"As expected from these talented photographers the images are outstanding and numerous, lending the book a coffee-table ambiance. They showcase the captivating events detailed in the text, culminating in a pictorial tour of the 32 destinations. If you're like me, you'll dive right into the pages relating to destinations that you've already visited, bringing back the beautiful memories of your own adventures and experiences. Then it's on to the encounters that may have been on your wish-list for what seems like an eternity. For me it's leafy sea dragons that loom large, but I now know not only where to find them but what exposure protection to take and how to go about looking for these beautiful creatures of South Australia."
"Still in time for late summer holidays comes this sumptuous collection of top dive sites from noted underwater photographer Nick Robertson-Brown FRPS and his partner Caroline. They select more than 30 of the best sites for underwater wildlife experiences and, as you'd expect, the photography is second to none. The duo are very conservation-driven too, so you can enjoy the dives in good conscience"