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BELOW WHERE WE'VE
BEEN DIVING TO SEE
I've become a friend with creatures like this which I met on my scuba trips.
HERE IS THE PICTURE OF SPIEGEL GROVE BEFORE IT'S FINAL DUTY.
It has been a while, since I had an idea to make this website about scuba diving, which I love so much. I've been spoiled to scuba dive only in Florida Keys, where is the only living coral reef in continental US. There are so many places to dive, whether you are beginner diver or advanced diver, which allows you to dive even deeper. Below you can see a map of south tip of Florida with Key Largo, where are many diving destinations to visit.
There are basically 2 types of diving in Key Largo - coral reef diving or wreck diving. I've tried both and each of them is little different but enjoyable. Even if you go diving on the same place again, there is always something new to enjoy. I began to like wreck diving because it's so exciting, mysterious and pumps huge amount of adrenaline into my bloodstream.
Most of intact shipwrecks in Key Largo are lying below 60 feet of water, which requires special training and experience, which you can get in PADI advanced scuba course. There are much higher risks involved while diving on these wrecks. I dove on two wrecks (USS Spiegel Grove & USCG Duane), which were sunk on purpose to create an artificial coral reef system.
I used my Canon digital camera to capture these precious memories while diving off Key Largo. I organized these pictures and divided them depending on place where we dove.
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