Wild Dives, the newly released book by husband and wife team Nick Robertson-Brown and Caroline Roberston-Brown, is filled with underwater adventures. Wild Dives takes the reader to remote locations to experience some of the best, and sometimes weirdest, underwater spectacles from around the world.

The book covers 25 of the most memorable diving adventures; with sharks in the Bahamas, small critters in caves and reefs, close-ups with whales and Giant Manta Rays in the Pacific. Each experience is accompanied by the authors’ beautiful underwater images.

The authors of Wild Dives have an assortment of qualifications that help them to understand marine life and photography. Caroline Robertson-Brown has a masters degree in animal behaviour while Nick Caroline Robertson-Brown has a masters in teaching. They are also both under-water photographers with degrees in environmental biology and biology from Manchester University. Both husband and wife have received multiple awards for their photography and Nick Robertson-Brown has been awarded a fellowship from the Royal Photographic Society.

They are passionate about marine conservation and are both United Kingdom ambassadors for Sharks4Kids. Their hope is that their images will inspire people to look after our seas and oceans. Their previous books with New Holland Publishers include Deadly Oceans and World’s Best Wildlife Dive Sites.

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