Same West Australian whale shark (as below), photographed with higher speed film for better depth of field with standard 35mm Nikonos lens. Other frames with wide angle 15mm Nikonos lens.
Turning 80 this year, **Scott Dillon** relaxes in the winter sun at his surf and shark museum. A regular visitor (below right) is his young neighbor and part-time secretary.
Weekends at Noosa Heads are a regular escape, plus Hawaii, Thailand, Fiji and Bali (all so far this year)!
(left) US Divers equipment was marketed locally as \Australian Divers\ Note wide view face mask, Cousteau double hose regulator, 72 cu ft steel tank.
(right) **Scott Dillon** a leading surfboard maker in Sydney 1963, began spear fishing at North Bondi (some years ahead of young Wally Gibbins), speared fish in (the then) Ceylon for 18 months before turning to long board surfing back in Australia.
At aged 79 he has a young man’s enthusiasm for life today and runs\ Legends Surf Museum\ at Coffs Harbour, NSW