I watched a documentary many years ago about one of the sweetest, most intriguing creatures: the seadragon. I was so smitten by this little seahorse-like fish that lives under Sydney Harbor’s sunny waters, that I immediately began a search of the world-wide web looking for more photographs. That’s how I learned about Ákos Lumnitzer, who had left his homeland as a thirteen year old kid to live in Australia at the bottom of the earth. His photos have travelled the world and this little seahorse bears his name as an honor to the discovery. Ákos Lumnitzer moved away from the sea about ten years ago and has since rediscovered his passion for birds and is also a volunteer wildlife rescuer.