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John Harding
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Founding editor Fathom magazine. Documentary film maker
Founding editor Fathom magazine. Documentary film maker

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LONG REEF in 1970 Photot by John Harding
Photo from 16mm film frame by John Harding

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Both pictures photographed by John H Harding at Exmouth, Western Australia in 2005 In 1965 these pictures would have been worth a fortune as whale sharks were not being photographed underwater then.

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SS YONGALA bell salvaged by Wally Gibbins.
SS Yongala (2001) "Yongala" on Vimeo Seadog "Tuffy" traveled everywhere aboard Ben Cropp's boat, Freedom III Ben Cropp AM Ben Cropp TV films (28 trailers)  <Click <click Ben Cropp AM  (2001) - Wally Gibbins appears in many of Ben's TV documentaries. Discove...

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 Long Reef 1970 Wally Gibbins Memory

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TEN FATHOMS DEEP - Castle Films


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WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS - TAHITI
The Australian team - Ron Taylor (age 31),  Wally Gibbins (35),  Peter Kemp (27). A few days before the event Wally made a deep free dive and 'blacked-out' during his assent. Medical doctors banned him from competing in the spearfishing competition. This vi...

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SHARK RESEARCHERS 1960
Taylor-Cropp barbless spear.  "The Search for a Shark Repellent era 1959-1962 Wally Gibbins cover shots. Tiger shark from Sykes Reef (south of Heron Island 1963) - spotted first by John Gallagher. Larger 10 gauge shotgun powerhead euthanased specimen for 's...

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HMS PANDORA (Search and Discovery with Ben Cropp).
Wally Gibbins was one of the Ben Cropp crew and unable to dive due to a cold, Ron Bell was first on the shipwreck site about 110 feet deep.

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ORIGINAL PICS Page No. then Issue No.
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VIDEO : EDITOR SPEAKS
John Harding in 1972
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