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First dive of the year

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skarz

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Hi all, yesterday i got out into the cold wisconsin waters of Long Lake with a 3mm shorty and a kodak underwater camera :). It was my first dive since last spring, and it was obvious i was rusty. It was raining though, with water temperatures much colder than usual, so i had the whole lake to myself. On my first dive i was in about 8ft. of water and had a bottom time of 30 seconds. From there i moved to the dropoff, where i saw a family of bass playing around by the rocks. My practicing started to show off when i began getting bottom times of nearly a minute in about 19 ft. of water.

After about an hour i began to get a little too cold and went in to warm up. I went outisde 2 hours later for a bit more fun, and too release some turtles my science teacher has been restoring back to health after they were in a fire. I let them go on the beach and got a head start in the water. All 3 of them quickly went their own ways, but then came back together and headed for deeper water. I followed them as far as i could, but they soon disappeared in the blackness.

I had a ton of fun, and a ton of hot chocolate after i froze my butt off. This was my first REAL freedive, and i enjoyed it soooooo much! I'm ready for some real gear and some warm weather to really see what i can do.
 

ajwaverider

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Start a new thread and where it says insert image hit browses
and search for where you stored the photos on your computer.
You may have to use photo shop or some program like it if your photos are to large.

AJ
 

tuomo

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attaching a picture

You dont have to start a new thread in order to post a picture.
Just post new message using 'post reply' button.
On the posting screen you have a possibility to attach files to your post.

Tuomo
 
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