We are enjoying a beautiful Indian summer this year … both above and below water surface. Tento rok si užívame krásne babie leto … nad aj pod vodnou hladinou.
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Dense kelp forest of brown stalked sea weed Ecklonia radiata on rocky reef in Leigh, New Zealand. Thick canopy of kelp fronds limit light penetration and create unique habitat and quiet twilight atmosphere.
I am well behind with logging of our recent diving activities. After our recent trip to Nelson Bay we got very excited … I mean Ivana was very excited so we did some diving in our area before the weather got bad water too cold for her. Slovak Opäť som pozadu so zverejňovaním našich ponorov […]
October 2017 I am well behind with on-line logging of my dives. We had a busy time after our return from Europe. It’s not that I was not diving, I just didn’t have enough time to write posts about it. Here are some pictures from the Leigh area, they are all from shore dives. Slovak […]
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21/4/2017 (618) It was a long swim over the areas where flat rocky platforms mix with sand. It was also a swim in quite a murky water. Actually I don’t remember such a dirty water at Goat Island. Once I got to the deeper water with kelp forest, the visibility improved, but not much. And […]
It’s been more than a half of a year, yet I still have vivid memories on my diving in Reotahi marine reserve near Whangarei. Yes, the water was murky, the current was very strong, but the sea life was amazing. In the shallows there were those underwater “towers” reaching a couple of metres from the […]