In the winter months of South Australia, these waters host one of the world’s most unique and spectacular wildlife events. From May to August each year, more than 250,000 Giant Cuttlefish migrate to the cold and rocky waters here to mate and then die. I lay amongst the seaweed, surrounded by hundreds of Giant Cuttlefish battling It out for the females hiding below. I watch two males eyeing each other up, their male dominance and need to mate overpowering their senses. To take this photo I used a slow shutter speed and strobes to help add movement and drama.