30/12/2016 (610) A sort of an unfortunate dive. I usually don’t go to Goat Island in summer. There are a lot of people in the water, fish are nervous and the big ones move further off shore. This time I went for a family trip so the spot was very convenient. It was very murky […]
Monthly Archives: December 2016
Another cool documentary from Jonathan Bird … diving offshore seamounts in the Gulf of Mexico. Plus watching coral spawning as a bonus.
20/12/2016 (609) This was possibly the last dive with my trusty Ikelite Substrobe M strobes (for now). I’ve been using two Ikelite Substrobe Ai for a couple of years. They were good for both macro and wide angle photography and allowed me to set either the full or half power. At some point one of […]
17/12/2016 (608) A dive with very interesting water conditions. The visibility was great in general, I believe it was more than ten metres (even more than 15 m in some places) which is great for the place (Goat Island) and the season (early summer). However, in some areas I felt like swimming in a jelly […]
1/12/2016 (607) Yesterday dive conditions were a bit of a surprise. The ocean surface was calm, almost flat, yet the water seemed to be very murky. When I jumped into it I realised why. I felt as if I was in a washing machine. Water was moving a lot. Sand and pieces of colourful algae […]