I met up with John T on this epic Scuba Diving trip in Cozumel Mexico. Visibility and sea-life were outstanding on the trip. Shot on GoPro 6 Black. 4 Dives random depths up to 40m (131ft) http://youtu.be/lohjG5WsTZ0
Ear woes are the No. 1 reason divers pull the plug on a dive, and in extreme cases, the sport itself. But with a few tricks and advanced techniques, almost anyone can make equalizing easier.
Home video I put together of my trip to Hawaii with Gee Gee. A trip to Pearl Harbor and another trip around the island is where a majority of the video was shot in Hawaii.
Our first dive was at Turtle Canyons. Turtle Canyons was formed thousands of years ago when volcanic activity was in action here on Oahu.
Today I shot some scuba diving video and took some pictures for some friends.
Crocodile Island is only a stones throw away from Boracay Island itself and can be reached within fifteen minutes from White Beach.
I finally made a trip to Australia to Sydney, Melbourne, Cairns and the Great Barrier Reef to do some scuba diving with the Quicksilver guys.
We dived a beautiful spot called Agincourt Reef, at the very outer edge of the Barrier Reef. Here, special reefs known as ‘ribbons’ run parallel to the Continental Shelf.
I ran video and shot some pictures throughout my travels in Thailand. Flying into Bangkok from Philippines, I met up with Rocky and took the hour taxi ride to Pattaya to grab some gear.
Diving in Kao Tao Thailand. Two large granite boulders make up the White Rock dive site.
The best dive site in all of the Gulf Of Thailand is undoubtedly Chumphon Pinnacle, a lozenge shaped rock that begins at about 16 meters and goes down to 30 metres.
Check out this dive from Crocodile Rock in Boracay Philippines. Tons of life at Crocodile Rock in Boracay Philippines.
Check out these pictures I took from Crocodile Rock in Boracay Philippines. Really good dive site for Boracay. Alot of life there that I thought would be gone due to negligence from the locals. I have been to this site in about a year. One of my top fav sites.
This famous fish-feeding station is a large boulder which provides photographers a chance to capture close-up shots of emperors, trigger-fish, red bass, scorpion fish and surgeons.
So Blue Mango Diveshop got a much needed face-lift and he can do all the updates himself finally.
I haven't seen much of a demand for Tec diving in Boracay, but I think it will be catching on. Nobody has really pushed the envelope on Tec diving there.