Posts with the tag “drysuit-diving”
Down in the Dumps
March 28th, 2020
The shaft is the size of an oldworld telephone booth and feels as constricting as a middle coach seat in a row of strangers. I reach my hand into the hot black muck. Redundant layers of rubber signifi...
DAN was there for me.
September 6th, 2019
Be sure to go over emergency procedures in every dive briefing. ...
Images from the Edge
July 13th, 2019
Her path to this unusual niche in the underwater imaging pantheon began as an 11-year-old child in landlocked Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Her dad helped her set up her first saltwater aquarium, and she ...
Five lessons for Cold-water Diving
April 5th, 2019
Staying dry and layering with proper undergarments — along with the layer of air between the suit and your body — provide warmth. Consider these five lessons to prepare yourself for this interesting a...
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