Although I've been a member of this forum for a while, I've remained a lurker and haven't done as much underwater photography as I'd hoped, although I'm a live-aboard sailor most of the time and have a compressor aboard which allows me to dive where and when (and as often) as I'd like.
I just uploaded my first attempt at editing video, mixed with some stills, from my collection of clips. This video was taken over several dives at the sunken Tugboat at Île Tintamarre off St. Martin in the Caribbean. The dive is only 50-60 feet in waters with little current. It sits upright in sand just off the coral reefs and collects a lot of fish.
Click on the picture to go to the YouTube link
ZanshinMember Since 20 Feb 2012
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I'm sailing aboard my sailboat, intending on doing a very slow circumnavigation of the globe and of seeing the sights - both above and below the surface.
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I am an avid sailor and have recently taken up scuba diving and underwater photography (the latter two are why I ended up in this forum); I also fly gliders and practice Aikido.<br />
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20 Feb 2012 - 08:19