Travels of a Lifetime, VideoBlog Series: Scuba Diving the Great Barrier Reef


Scuba Diving the Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef in Queensland, Australia is the most extensive reef system in the world. It is the world largest single structure comprised of living organism. It is said to be the only living structure on earth that can be seen from outer space. According to Wikipedia, the Great Barrier Reef is composed of over 2900 individual reefs and 900 islands stretching for over 2300 kilometers (1400 miles). 

Seeing the amazing marine life, the biodiversity underwater was undeniably an experience of a lifetime.  My diving instructors, who were so patient with me made my fear of the deep disappear, that made my diving experience at the Great Barrier Reef even more unforgettable.     
TBT video:  The picture quality is not that great because I tried to compile an hour and a half of video footage into a two-minute video the old fashioned way (without using an app).

Warning: This video contains a very dramatic ending.  

Click HERE to watch the video on YouTube or click


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