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  1. Hi Dan, I just need the YS Mount. Like this: I have all the rest. PM sent (well, it will be in a minute). Thanks.
  2. Looking to buy a Loc-Line YS Mount. Anyone have one hanging around? Thanks.
  3. A fabulous series of reports! Thoroughly enjoyed all 3. Thanks for sharing.
  4. Wow. Wonderful footage. Thanks so much for sharing! Someday.....
  5. I think it depends on the individual, because when I go to Roatan, Cactus Juice does nothing for me for the no-see-ums and mosquitoes, but Cutter's Advanced works for both.
  6. Huge fan of Cutter's Advanced with Picaridin. Doesn't smell bad, no burning or stinging, no headaches like I get when I use DEET, camera gear and plastic stuff all safe, and even works for the no-seeums in Roatan.
  7. Love the last one, Cal! Still waiting for those wreck photos!
  8. Looks like they have some updating of their blog to do! http://www.dailynews.co.za/?fSectionId=503...50245489C468767
  9. Not mine. But I've heard it has happened.
  10. And know we know exactly how and why they can break a dome port! Cool stuff, thanks for posting that.
  11. No personal experience, however: They have a Q&A section on Scubaboard: http://www.scubaboard.com/forums/dyron/
  12. Thanks for the compliments, folks! I'll share my secret: It was taken with a proper camera (an E900)! LOL. I planned on entering this shot in the usual round of photo contests, but I don't know when I'm going to be able to dive again, still waiting for my PFO to get closed. Maybe next year. Bruce, honey, you crack me up. Happy New Year to you, as well.
  13. I noticed that one of my pictures on Flickr got a lot of hits recently, clicks referred from a blog, www.strictnorms.com. The post is called "55 Impressive Underwater Photos". http://tinyurl.com/csx5ay Nice to have a picture chosen for a post like that, and the picture did link back to Flickr, BUT the picture was posted with my copyright statement rubbed out! I posted a comment stating I was rather upset about that, felt it was a bit outrageous as the photo had, in effect, been altered by the copyright being removed, and asked it be taken down, threatening legal action if it wasn't. The picture has been removed, my comment never made it to the blog page. So, all's well that ends well, I suppose. But I thought I would share, just in case any of you might be in the same position. You will notice there are a few other comments about the fact that no credit has been given to the photographers. Here, BTW, is the picture that was posted (which is my all time favorite, and taken on the day I got bent....):
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