Into Blue Lagoon Pearls, Shark Bay

the logo scene. | taken with Sony NEX-7 – The other day I was invited to a Blue Lagoon Pearls workshop, Monkey Mia, Shark Bay, Western Australia.

There was a really lovely pearls workshop in the ocean.

Greg Ridgley, Director of Monkey Mia Yacht Charters Pty Ltd was also responsible for developing handling and processing methods to keep oyster shells disease free, and thus set standards for the rest of the pearling industry – which I found to be so so interesting.

I love how knowledge from different industries can cross over.

head music. | taken with Sony NEX-7

at your. | taken with Sony NEX-7

indian strings. | taken with Sony NEX-7

oceanlife. | taken with Sony NEX-7

he’s in fashion. | taken with Sony NEX-7

ask me about. | taken with Sony NEX-7

everything will flow. | taken with Sony NEX-7

The more I learned about his and his achievements, the more my respect and admiration grew.

I just stood there listening to his speech, a bit dumbstruck, conceding that yes, this here is an amazing and inspirational man.

It made me hope that at the age of adult, I will have had a fulfilling, significant, successful, well-rounded life, surrounded by family, friends… plus with a lot of great stories to tell.

seahorse gone. | taken with Sony NEX-7

can’t get enough. | taken with Sony NEX-7

the golden. | taken with Sony NEX-7

baroque scene. | taken with Sony NEX-7

deep blue sea. | taken with Sony NEX-7

A dolphin pearls!

It’s no surprise that when a pearling company hunts for their perfect spherical pearls, there are lots of irregular, non-spherical, shaped pearls (called baroque pearls) out there too.

So it was a delight to discover these rare one-of-a-kind creations!

in the union jack. | taken with Sony NEX-7

A little pearls adventures necklets.

So fantastic! How utterly adorable.

They must be priceless.


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