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#334307 Current Issue of PNW Diver Available for Download

Posted by danclem on 14 July 2013 - 01:45 PM

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The July, 2013 issue of Pacific Northwest Diver is available for viewing and downloading at http://www.pnwups.co...ver_2013-07.pdf. This month's articles include:

Archives: Dr Hans Haas (1919-2013)

Photographers/Videographers:
•    Ian Lauder
•    Scott Lundy
•    Mike Meagher

God's Pocket, BC by Lynne Flaherty

News Corner:
•    Salish Sea Celebration (See information below)
•    Monterey Shootout 2013

Technical Corner:
•    Leak Prevention Systems
•    Nauticam Flash Trigger System

Travel Corner:
•    Barkley Sound Shark Week
•    Adams River Sockeye
•    La Paz Whale Sharks & Sea Lions
•    Grey Whale Moms & Babies
•    Fiji with Andy Lamb

Please enjoy this issue!

 

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Salish Sea Celebration
Get you cameras out and start working on entries for the Pacific Northwest underwater photo and video festival called the Salish Sea Celebration! It will be a photo and video competition featuring Northwest subjects. That’s correct: only photos and videos taken in the temperate waters of Alaska, British Columbia, Washington, and Oregon.

There are two main goals for the Salish Sea Celebration. The first is to provide a venue where Pacific Northwest underwater photographers and videographers can share their work. The second is to help educate and inspire the non-diving public with the beauty and diversity below our waterlines. The event is being modeled after similar contests in San Diego and Monterey.

As part of showcasing our amazing marine environment, we also plan on honoring our First Nations people for whom the Salish Sea was named. Their language and traditions will be incorporated into the Celebration.

More contest and event information will be available this Fall, but the culminating event, presentation of photos and videos, is set for Saturday, October 4, 2014, at Town Hall in downtown Seattle.