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#362779 San Miguel Island

Posted by seansrs968 on 30 June 2015 - 10:47 AM

This last weekend I was able to go on a trip to San Miguel Island. SMI is one of the hardest islands in the Channel Islands chain to get to. This island is the most western and most exposed island of the Channel Islands. The water here is almost usually very cold. I was averaging 53 degrees for most of my dives. Thank goodness for a drysuit. With that said, SMI is also an excellent place for macro photography. It is full of nudibranches and other macro life. Here are some pictures from this weekend's trip to SMI:








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#362392 Aerial Photos from Anilao

Posted by seansrs968 on 18 June 2015 - 09:52 AM

Very nice!!!!

#352323 Great White Cage Diving @ Guadalupe Island

Posted by seansrs968 on 05 September 2014 - 07:49 AM

Over this last Labor Day weekend, I ventured to Guadalupe Island with Great White Shark Diving to visit and hopefully have some wonderful interactions with the Great White Sharks that live at this island. This island is a major breeding ground for the GWS'. We had up to 11 different sharks and several surface breaches. Unfortunately, for me all the surface breaches it seemed to happen when I was in the cage. Here are some pics from the trip:








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Great White Shark Diving Sept-14

#344295 R2D2 on the Fujikawa Maru

Posted by seansrs968 on 09 March 2014 - 09:59 PM

Just recently got from a trip to Truk Lagoon. Truk Lagoon is the site of really an uknown battle called Operation Hailstone. This was basically our version of Pearl Harbor against the Japanese Fleet. I was there during the 70th anniversity of the battle. Here is a link to the history regarding the battle:


This picture is from the Fujikawa Maru. By those that have been there before this air compressor is referred to as R2D2.


Not all the guides will take someone to this area. The superstructure on this wreck is failing. It has been in the water now for 70 years.

Hope all enjoy this pic as much as I do.