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Old 07-17-2005, 07:28 PM   #21
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turtle trying to take a nap on the reef and a stingray cruising the sand under the boat.
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A BIG!!! Puffer, a reef shot and a Spotted Drum.
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Old 07-17-2005, 08:02 PM   #23
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Wow...those are really great pics Kurt...excellent underwater photography.
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Beautiful! Those are great pics!
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How big was that puffer?


BTW...Awesome stuff, I hope you have more!
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He was at least 18".
Got more, need to sort through it.
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Wow, awesome! Did seeing the sharks give you a thrill? I bet that gets the heart pumping fast! I like the stingray, they are all cool pics! Thanks!
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Hey Kurt,

Just stumbled across this post..

What kind of camera do you have for that?

Im a diver too.. and have just purchased the Canon EOS 350D.. now just need to save money for the Housing..!

Clear crisp pictures..!
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Hi Matt!!
Actually I used my old beat up Sea and Sea MX10 with a YS40 strobe on this trip.
I recently purchased a Canon S70 and plan to getting a housing and strobe for it soon. Next trip, I'm goin digital.
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The sharks are always a thrill. To tell the truth, they are one of the reasons I started diving in the first place. I find them to be the most fascinating animal in the ocean.
I had about 30 encounters with sharks in 14 dives this trip including a Hammerhead (was out of film of course). There is nothing like watching the sharks swim up the wall to check you out during a dive. They are very curious animals.
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