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Xíimbalil-Ja’ Festival!

February 4, 2021

Xíimbalil-Ja’ Festival!

With the purpose of discovering and sharing the natural wonders of the peninsula of Yucatan through impressive images, the exhibition "Xíimbalil-Ja’, Kaxan ts'ono'oto'ob" (loosely translated from Mayan local dialect as “strolling through water, discovering the []

Atlantic Spotted Dolphins: A Success Spanning Decades

January 8, 2021

Atlantic Spotted Dolphins: A Success Spanning Decades

Dr. Denise Herzing has been carefully monitoring a community of wild Atlantic Spotted Dolphins (Stenella frontalis) in the northern Bahamas for an amazing thirty-five continuous years. That alone qualifies as quite a marine success story. []

Diving Through Darkness

December 2, 2020

Diving Through Darkness

Are you nuts? That’s a death wish! This is a phrase I am oh so familiar with, yet as crazy as it seems, it has never crossed my mind.  The reason I hear []

WWII Wrecks - a Toxic Legacy?

November 5, 2020

WWII Wrecks - a Toxic Legacy?

As I give the ‘ok’ sign to my buddy and prepare to roll over the side, I catch sight of a hazy sheen on the water beneath me and smell the distinct scent of oil. []

Dealing with Ghosts - Halloween with a Twist

October 31, 2020

Dealing with Ghosts - Halloween with a Twist

Today, on Halloween; the time of year when children dress up as ghosts and in other costumes. But when I dress up to deal with ghosts it involves dry suits, BCDs, regulators, and other scuba []

Becoming a Diver, Wrecks and Seals - the Dive Journey Continues (Part Two)

October 7, 2020

Becoming a Diver, Wrecks and Seals - the Dive Journey Continues (Part Two)

My big question this week is: How do you go on a dive to see a wreck, shine your torch on the wreck, get your photo taken next to the wreck, return to the []

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