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'Ningaloo - Where the Desert meets the Sea'


David Hannan's latest DVD 'Ningaloo - Where the Desert meets the Sea' is available now

Be the first to own this extraordinary DVD and support the Save Ningaloo Campaign in its fight for Ningaloo Reef

David Hannan - Emmy Award winning underwater cinematographer - has done it again
'Ningaloo - Where the Desert meets the Sea' is a marine masterpiece filmed in High Definition digital


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Ningaloo where the desert meets the sea.

This program is the definitive look at Ningaloo: the largest and most pristine western fringing reef in the world.

The main program is a fusion of vision and music (without narration) where you can identify all the creatures by activating the subtitle feature.

Bonus features include a 20 minute documentary on Ningaloo, educational fact files, maps and downloadable prints.

Imagine sparkling turquoise water lapping against an ivory beach, bordered by a rust coloured desert in a remote region of Western Australia.
Step off the shore and you see the reef, a sublime scene of plate and branching corals dotted with every type of tropical fish. Moray eels with pointy teeth poke out of crevices, clouds of pink and green parrot fish flit by and curious cuttlefish drift over hermit crabs and sea stars. Further out to sea sharks lurk over the reef edge agitating massive schools of bait fish, while out in the blue manta rays swoop as massive whale sharks make their yearly migration south. Night brings the coral spawning, an astonishing annual event accompanied by moonlit scavengers out for a feed.


To buy now: for $32.95 plus $5.50 postage and support Ningaloo Reef

(Total cost: Within Australia (Parcel Post) = $38.45 - Outside Australia (Air Mail) = $44.77)
Purchase from the online store at ProCam Entertainment and David Hannan Productions

ALSO AVAILABLE
'Aqua Zone'
David Hannan has made this title available to Ningaloo supporters
at the low price of AUS$29.95 plus $5.50 postage
and YES your purchase supports the Save Ningaloo Reef campaign


 

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