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11-08-2004, 23:59   #31
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Here's a yahoo gallery of pictures of my girlfriend and I diving off sail rock in Thailand.

Here's the link.

http://photos.yahoo.com/barryodriscoll1

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15-03-2005, 19:33   #32
 
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Here is a photo from Wexford, off Kilmore Quay. The site of the Lennox. Please don't laugh it is my first attempt with the camera.
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16-03-2005, 08:43   #33
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Thats a pretty good picture paddy. Nice depth - no back scatter. What camera did you use?
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SERIOUS?????

The camera is a Sealife DC310. No external strobe or anything. The depth of the dive was only 8M. The rest of the photos were useless because of a plankton bloom further on.

Thanks for the kind words. I will try for more photos soon. Sunday 10th I'm hoping to go to Scuba Dive West and get a shot or two there. Will be deeper dives so I can see how the lightening etc stands up.
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26-09-2005, 16:45   #35
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Feeding Giant Potatoe Cod at the Cod Hole, Great Barrier Reef, Australia



White tip reef shark



Just heading down (you can see the hull) .. on this dive we had to make 30 meters just for depth for later dives



Diver at Steves Bommie (17ish meters)



Giant "Spud" Cod



Arse of a red lion fish (taken at night)





Attached image is of a school of Chevron Barracuda, near one of the Bommies

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21-01-2006, 21:03   #36
 
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Massmount, Co Donegal

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10m Viz
Jan 06
Temp 6 Degrees C.

Lowish resolution so that they could be uploaded
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06-02-2006, 08:30   #37
 
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I like the pipefish!!
Where abouts is massmount, and what sort of dive is it?
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Massmount, is a tiny village in Donegal. There is a dive site just walk in off the main road past the church. Its a great shore dive all year round - its around the 10m mark most of the reef and life is. It goes right down to 30m and is as black as night. It is part of Mulroy Bay - so it has a hint of fresh water in it. Great spot for night dives and training etc..
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04-05-2006, 11:48   #39
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Hi all

In case anyone's interested you can see some of the pics of my recent dive trip in Safaga in the Red Sea at this address: http://public.fotki.com/Shivvv/diving_-_safaga_-/

They were taken at several reefs (Abou El Kefin, Umm Hal Hal, Gamul Kebir) and the wreck shots are from the Salem Express.

I have some better ones which I'll upload when I can find the CD
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This is just in reply to Ginger, how big was the white-tip reef shark? Because I was scuba diving in the Maldives with black-tip reef sharks (sorry broke the digital camers) and they were really small! Note to anyone that goes scuba-diving in the Maldives, don't be expecting amazing coral as most of it is detroyed However the fish are amazing and there is loads of turtles and sting-rays.
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diving off castlegregory

here is one i have reduced in size, have a few better i must upload.. first efforts
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22-03-2007, 22:13   #42
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Here some pictures from my Great Barrier Reef diving trip last year. Many of the same dive locations as Ginger.

To start with check out this Trigger fish attack one of the guys filmed on his buddy: http://www.zippyvideos.com/489373005...r_fish_attack/

Also me nearly standing on a bloody rock fish: http://www.zippyvideos.com/3427547096797196/rock_fish/

And heres some pics..










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Turkey '05

Now I've nothing like the equipment you guys have but here's my attempt!!
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Plate and Cup from the USS Anderson - Bikini Atoll with a Little Fuji Finepix F11!
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Heres a nice little picture I took with my S80 Canon and Epon Strobe, around 30m's on a dusky evening.
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