Category Archives: underwater

I spent a week in Florida’s “Cave County” learning to “fly” a rebreather. I had read many books about the caves and the big names in cave diving over the years, not so much that I was particularly interested in cave diving but was amazed at what was being accomplished in the miles of tunnels […]

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Underwater photography must be the most difficult and trying form of photography. Today on the North Coast of California the seas were building, the wind starting to wind up and underwater was complete chaos! Being pushed four feet back and forth by the surge from the 5 foot waves above. I managed one usable shot […]

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This is Stillwater Cove Regional Park in Sonoma County. Wonder what lies under the water here? Dirona albolineata aka “White lined Dirona” is a nudbranch aka seaslug. Unlike their brothers from a different mother on land, these ocean going slugs are gorgeous. Nudibranchs are found all over the worlds ocean and come in more colors […]

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