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A movie from the Italian lake Capo D' Acqua.

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Hi,

A movie from the Italian lake Capo D' Acqua.

[vimeohd]43411615[/vimeohd]

Nice and interesting :)

 

Søren

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What was the vis? It looks super clean, great work

 

Thanks Jonny.Approx 90 to 120 feet

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That water looks so nice & clean. Certainly an interesting dive site.

I enjoyed that, thankyou.

Cheers Pete.

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Nicely put together film. I dived there last year and really enjoyed it, your film brings back lots of memories.

 

Alex

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Nice film. Do you know how long ago they flooded it, and how old those ruins are?

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Nice film. Do you know how long ago they flooded it, and how old those ruins are?

 

Hi Nick,

 

Water is pouring in the valley from several undergorund springs which formed a couple of bourns. In the midlle age two mills and a paint factory were powered by these creeks. Then during the mid 60s they built a small barrier to create a lake as a water supply for the surrounding lands; today it is also used to supply power to an hydroelectric station.

 

The lake is private owned. You arrange a dive for a small fee and usually you get a dive + lunch in a nearby restaurant. According to someone (as me :D ) the lunch is better than the dive: we are in a part of Italy famous for wild sheep-grazing :)

 

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Very peaceful film. The one place I have yet to go that is still on the bucket list is Italy. Will get there eventually. Always wanted to see Pompeii

Steve

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Very peaceful film. The one place I have yet to go that is still on the bucket list is Italy. Will get there eventually. Always wanted to see Pompeii Steve

 

If you bring with you your dive gear we could arrange a dive in Capri :)

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Would love that and much thanks. Will see what and when I can get away.

Steve

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I have been in South Italy three times. It' s a wonderful place. An old fellow is married here and is living in Calabria. The food, ice cream, landscapes, Eolie Islands are a great spot. Yesterday we have been on the Vulcano Stromboli to watch the eruptions. You really have a huge variety to spend the time.

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I have been in South Italy three times. It' s a wonderful place. An old fellow is married here and is living in Calabria. The food, ice cream, landscapes, Eolie Islands are a great spot. Yesterday we have been on the Vulcano Stromboli to watch the eruptions. You really have a huge variety to spend the time.

 

Looking forward to see some uw footage form the Eolie islands!

 

 

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