Whyte Cliff Park
The first thing I noticed about this site was how nice my boots worked.
I ran down the asphalt to the beach and shot the cove.
Gearing up was done in a nice little bit of grass. Pretty much
every other group, and there were lots of other groups, brought all their
gear down to the beach.
Perhaps the best part of Diving with Jason was the waiting. It
sounds funny (it has hilarious coated in thick black neoprene sitting in
the summer sun), but it did give me some opportunities to shoot.
We were last in, first out (go figure), but it did give me a chance
to shoot some of the groups as they came out. It's funny how if you
wave at divers just as they are first re-experiencing gravity's cruel burden
this still smile and wave. Pulling your slimy body out of the brine,
tank and weights still on feels like
These two hung out for most of the dives. I really though some
chemistry was happening but I was (apparently) wrong.
More shots. What can I say? The obligitory shot of everyone
at the end of the dive, more people coming out of the ocean, one of our
poor dive masters.
My only underwater photos. Doh. Of course they don't encourage
you bringing a camera when you are supposed to be learning but it means
I don't have any pictures of the lunar like landscape of these over used
sites. I also didn't have perscrition lenses in my goggles (which
has more of an effect that I thought) so I really don't remember much of
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