Sunday, December 11, 2005

A great day in Monterey.

I spent yesterday morning aboard the Escapade in Monterey for a two-tank dive trip. It was the kind of day that reminds you why we live in California: Brilliant blue skies over smooth seas, with excellent conditions in the water. Visibility at the surface was about thirty feet, and at depth not much less than that.

These two pictures show our mooring at Outer Pinnacles, our first dive site, and the view of open water from the other side of the boat.

I don't have any good shots of our second dive site, at Pescadero Point, but I do have a photo of a happy diver on the trip back home.

2 Comments:

Blogger sogrady said...

looks awesome, Mike. reminds me that it's been far too long since i was diving.

3:25 PM  
Blogger Shinji Sato said...

Long time since you left MAG. Seems that you are doing good.

I did not know you dive seriously. I had started diving while I was still a student in Tokyo. After I move to US, I have not dove much. This side of Pacific is a bit cooler. Still your picture almost makes me wanting to go back to the habit...

11:01 AM  

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