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Rope floating in 1000ft of water

 
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Apr 10, 2015 15:11 |  #16

So how do you know the rope goes down a 1000 ft?




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Apr 11, 2015 16:28 |  #17

Awesome photos!

seaninsa wrote in post #17512259external link
So how do you know the rope goes down a 1000 ft?

I believe he said the water was 1000ft deep, not the rope.


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Apr 16, 2015 21:44 |  #18

great shots! must be an amazing feeling diving in that deep of water.




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Apr 17, 2015 12:05 |  #19

Very, very cool. I especially liked #5 and the detail on #8.


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Apr 19, 2015 18:43 |  #20

Thanks again everyone.

seaninsa, the rope went down around 45ft, you can see the end of it in pic #2. The water was somewhere around 750-1500ft deep (depth gauge stops working).

Diving in endless blue water has a unique feel to it. You have no reference unless you look at the surface (or find an object such as rope). All you see is the color blue and light rays. It can feel as if you are not moving.


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May 27, 2015 21:27 |  #21

Nice shots.




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May 29, 2015 10:43 |  #22

Fantastic, thanks for sharing these !


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Jun 05, 2015 04:58 |  #23

those triggers look fantastic, nice barnacle photos as well




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ryanDC2hammond
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Jun 15, 2015 09:13 |  #24

Incredible set. Absolutely love the color of the water.


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Jun 25, 2015 00:26 |  #25

fantastic set. a whole world under the water.
and the water was so clean!! :)


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Jul 08, 2015 00:44 as a reply to ceriltheblade's post |  #26

Really unique and well executed.




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Aug 13, 2015 11:26 |  #27

Amazing how much stuff is living on that and attracted to it!

Awesome series!


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Aug 15, 2015 23:32 |  #28

It is amazing how much stuff can grow on a rope in the ocean. Wonder if it came from a harbor somewhere. Great pics by the way.


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Sep 08, 2015 10:34 |  #29

Thanks for sharing! I like the progression of the series.




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Sep 11, 2015 11:00 |  #30

Nice tripletail, really good eating right there!




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