Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Diving off of Dogbar Breakwater

I took a drive over to Eastern Point on Saturday morning. When I arrived, there was a group of divers on the north side of the breakwater. The water was fairly clam and clear. Yes folks, the sea is green, not blue. That is because of the nutrients suspended in the water. That is what makes the North Atlantic, especially our area good for fishing. The low tide gave me a excellent chance to experiment a bit with “underwater photography”. ©2011 Steve Borichevsky

©2011 Steve Borichevsky

©2011 Steve Borichevsky

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5 comments:

Carol Mattingly said...

Gorgeous color in the ocean Steve. Such a beautiful sight. Love the divers. Never tried that. Carol

Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

Neat shots. It looks like they are in a cement pond. We could not get a photo like that here off the California coast.

The Giraffe Head Tree said...

The water is so clean, so clear, so beautiful. Nice shots!

SouthernSass said...

I had no idea the water was so clear up that way. Nice shots!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

The water is such a wondrously different world than the one we live in most of the time!

THE BEST WATER

With water they say that the best
Is clearest when put to the test;
No sediment there
To cause wear and tear—
Pure water sure beats all the rest!


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