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My "local" freediving.

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Originally posted by Kars
I would almost guess the doplins were photoshopped in there, that sharp and crispyness, as well as the compesition, awsome!
At the begning I also wondered if it was "pasted" there, but it was taken by a reputable photographer, and it also apeared in a reputable israeli diving magazine. I guess it's not fake, just a one of those once-in-a-life-time photos. :D

I don't know exactly how the picture was taken, but I read a part of an interview with the photographer, and he does use digital cameras and photoshop, which I think it's just the same as filters, but doing it after the picture was taken, not really cheating. :)
 
Erik, this proves that any water are better than being dry. :)

And I think that on some days (especially now), those conditions can still compete with our part of the med, since it's quite dirty with lots of particles form the nile's delta.
 
Here's some local diving from the Costa Brava (Spain):

First Oscar (Blue Icarus) on his recent visit, on a day we went to las Medes Natural Park:
 

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Next is Kars who was here last week an we had great visibility at around 30 meters:
 

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Cool Adrian, I cannot wait to see the rest of them!
Mail me the High resolutions' So I can use them for my desktop!


Love, peace and water!

Carlos,

Aka Kars
 
Great pictures!

Is Costa Brava on the med side or the atlantic side of Spain(sorry for my ingonrance)?
The sea near Tel-Aviv never looks like that.:hmm
 
fantastic pictures Adrian, Michael, Kars..... mmmmm the Costa Brava... you get great vis sometimes...and so calm..

and going for food after diving...mmmmmm
 
Great picture Adrian.

The different shades of blue give it a very nice atmosphere. Cannot wait to see more of them. Will you place this one and perhaps some others too on your website?

Roland
 
Michael,

Are those corals growing on the wreck, that look like branching shrubs?

Ahh, it is awesome to browse the world! Great sharing of photos.
 
nice pictures

Nice Pictures - Kars I saw the other picture in Espana with mike and Adrian -that's good-

I thing you had a good freediving time there

Daniel.
 
Originally posted by tylerz
Are those corals growing on the wreck, that look like branching shrubs?
Not sure of the exact defenition, but they are of the soft kind. I also think they burn if you touch them.
I was suprised to see how red they are in that picture, since without the camera's light they are in different shades of green, and it's only about 12m-14m there.
There are a few tiny sea-horses living there by the way, but of the stretched kind, that looks like an oboe.

I actually think that this site's downside is that it needs more nature. There are more fruitful sites in Eilat.
 
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