One of the most important pieces of equipment in a Nature photographer’s arsenal isn’t always part of his or her camera bag – it’s their vehicle, tool watches and specialized gear. Much more than a method of getting from location to location, or the prefect instrument of keeping time can mean the difference between capturing or missing an epic shot.
Cheyne Walls travels throughout the U.S.A and Canada in his Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro, with his trusted Rolex Submariner Date tool watch, photographing the brilliance of Nature and our National Parks.
Now for a limited time, a fine art print is available of Cheyne’s beloved and essential tool watch, The Rolex Submariner Date.
– Launched in 1953, the Rolex Submariner is the first divers’ wristwatch to be waterproof to a depth of 100 metres (330 feet) – now 300 metres (1,000 feet). Its major features, such as the graduated rotatable bezel, the luminescent display, the large hands and hour markers, have been a driving force in the creation of the long line of Rolex divers’ watches which followed.
The Submariner is an iconic timepiece whose renown now extends beyond the professional world it was first designed for. The Submariner, the ultimate standard. – ROLEX
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