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Old Man and the Sea

Literally, the sea. Not so literally, the old man part.

Mostly underwater you’re looking at fish faces. But every once in a while, you come around a corner and boom, there’s a different kind of face. 13 more words


April 2014 Check Out Dive

It’s really fun teaching scuba diving. Specially with kids in the class, you can really see the different reactions without any inhibitions.. Amazement, curiosity, surprise,excitement, the courage and fear that dwell in the heart of innocence…. Priceless…


Happy Easter!

The Guardian had this image of a diver at the South East Asia Aquarium on Sentosa in Singapore, and I couldn’t resist sharing. It’s fun, wacky, and something I’d love to see in person…or you know…do in person. 14 more words


Valerie Reid.  The hair and makeup are particularly good in this shot.

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Dive Site: Equator, Kawe, Raja Ampat, Indonesia, February 2014


Iceland – Day 1 Arrival

Woke up, packed, had breakfast with a family back-packing around Europe, the dad, a twelve year old girl and a 10 year old boy. While the kids were enjoying the buffet he told me that his wife had passed and he was not the primary care-giver of the children and felt they needed to do something that would enhance those connections. 232 more words


Under the Sea: The Great Barrier Reef

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Two days ago, I dove The Great Barrier Reef, one of the seven natural wonders of the world. I saved the best for last on my vacation (and am choosing to write about this first since it was the most incredible experience). 1,297 more words

Wanderlust & Worldly