I live in Birkdale, Beach Haven wharf is the closest sea water from our place. We often walk there to relax, enjoy the sunset, have a glass of wine. When I see the coffee-like water I know no (reasonable) diving is possible. However, sometimes at high tide with no wind from the west the water […]
Thanks to the friendly crew of Rocket Rentals I have another UW camcorder housing to refurbish and use. [nggallery id=17]
The weather forecast promised a SE wind so I headed to Army Bay, Whangaparaoa Peninsula expecting a calm sea. The reality was much worse. The swell was not that strong however due to the silty bottom the water at the shore reminded me of my morning cup of coffee. I decided to go for a […]
The stable and dry weather means great conditions for those keen to dive Auckland east coast bays. Southwesterlies mean very limited swell and no rain means there is no silt coming from the land. The receipt for a good dive is simple: the visibility is best before the high tide, find a place with rocks […]
Finally after more than a week the wind changed its direction and was blowing from the west today. That means it was possible to dive on the east coast. I went to my standard “testing” location i.e. Browns Bay to test my camcorder. The dive was great with a lot of opportunities to record some […]
In December 2012 I was awarded a Festival Director’s Award for my picture of a snapper at an UW photo festival in Brno, Czech Republic.