When you find a hobby that is as much fun as photography, then find another hobby that is as amazing as all get out...you HAVE to combinded them! Enjoy!
First Wreck Survey. The dive was 1 more step closer to my Advance Dive Cert. This was the Eagle Wreck out of Key Largo Florida. The Wreck is about 113 foot to the Sand, and I got to 108 foot. Amazing view!
A cool thing about my dive buddies...they always are in a mood to explore. This was about 30 to 35 miles off the Cape Coral shores. And was about 90 feet to the sand. Amazing fish and a lot of fun.....
This was my first dive in the Atantic, and to a VERY Active reef. The fish and critters that were seen made me feel like I was in an aquarium and not in the ocean. I did see some lagerhead Turtles.
I completed my Advanced Diver certification, and took my first dive as an advanced diver to an exciting, and a little on the never racking side of diving, by going down where Sharks are known to be.
Spent the morning diving with some buddies, at a new spot on the Gulf. Dove the Sugar Barge wreck off of Anna Maria Island. Shallow dive, only about 20 foot, and low visibility but I got to practice with the camera.
Yet again, I come back from sero gravity after swimming with predators. This was an amazing dive, to watch these graceful creatures swim in thier natural habitat. Nothing can describe it, you must experience it.
Off the coast of Fort Myers, about 35 miles out sits the USS Mohawk, at about 90ft of water. Great place to dive, and spear fish. Lots of Baracuda and some Bull Sharks hang out there.
Out in the Atlantic, just a short couple of miles off shore, there is a place called the Aqua Zoo. This was a barge that was sunk, and turned as she sank, dumping cement piping. Great hang out for Wildlife
This wreck was my deepest dive and creepiest dive yet. Lots of fun, and I touched 130' to the sand. Not a lot of wild life at the wreck, but the reef following was amazing! Quite the dive. Loads of fun and Fish.
Located off of Pompano Beach, Florida, is a reef that was created due to the large orange ball float that looked like an Orange, and so, the Sunkist reef was born. Lots of great fish!
One of the most underestimated and over dramatized creatures is the Shark. They are beautiful, graceful, and majestic. They demand respect, and deserve it.
Dive Club trip back to one of our favorite places - Islamorada Key. Dove with the Islamorada Dive Center and as always had a great time!