10 photos you MUST get on the Great Barrier Reef
Let’s face it: You’re not going to visit the Great Barrier Reef and come home with an empty memory card. It’s the Miranda Kerr of natural wonders with a million good sides to shoot.
But there a few snaps we think are absolutely necessary when documenting your time in this beautiful part of the world.
So without further ado, here are the 10 photos you MUST get on the Great Barrier Reef.
1. Hot dogs or legs or flippers?
We will never know.
2. The high jump
A classic. It might take a few attempts to get the money shot, but when you do… oh, what a feeling!
3. Up-close-and-personal snorkel selfie
Selfie game is always strong with a mask and snorkel!
4. From above
5. Chilled wine at sunset
What better way to
show off to your friends and family end a day at the Great Barrier Reef!
6. Turtle Photo Bomb
Dude, these guys love to work it for the camera! You can catch these photogenic cuties angling for a selfie pretty much anywhere along the Great Barrier Reef, but hotspots include Lady Elliot Island, Heron Island and Green Island.
7. Pucker up
“Come on love, give us a kiss!” Just make sure it’s consensual, people.
8. The #imonaboat
You can’t sail through the Whitsundays and not!
9. Memories in the sand
Don’t forget to grab a stick and leave a little mark to say thanks for a swell time!
10. The ‘Titanic’
Recreate the “I’m flying, Jack!” scene from Titanic, Great Barrier Reef style.