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    North Florida Springs

    I'm doing exploration with the Cambrian Foundation in North Florida -- with DOXA in action with me. Here are some predive shots and one of me UW in Rock Springs. Rock Springs is not normally open for cave diving, but we have a research permit. You can check out more updates at cambrianfoundation.org.
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    Re: North Florida Springs

    Quote Originally Posted by KarlS View Post
    I'm doing exploration with the Cambrian Foundation in North Florida -- with DOXA in action with me. Here are some predive shots and one of me UW in Rock Springs. Rock Springs is not normally open for cave diving, but we have a research permit. You can check out more updates at cambrianfoundation.org.
    that looks so much fun lol
    must have been really fun
    hope you had a great time

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    Great shots, thanks for posting!

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    Re: North Florida Springs

    Here's one from today, and one more from yesterday underwater.
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    Super shots, once again, thanks! LOL, that's some surface scum!

    Which Doxa Pro are you sporting? The SUB 1000T?

    --Keith

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    That's duckweed. It covers the surface, but there's nothing but crystal clear water beneath. Actually makes a pretty sight.

    I'm wearing a Sub 1000 T.

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    Re: North Florida Springs

    Beautiful shots Karl. Always great to see a Doxa SUB "used as intended". The vis reminds me of how clear the Springs really are. I got my open water checkout dives in 1984 (or was it '85? ) at Ginnie Springs Fla. Great place for a first open water experience, the water is so clear you'd swear you could breath it . Even got a bit of a cavern course from our bored instructor, and peaked in the entrance of a couple caves.
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    Now that's my kind of diving. Defintely off the beaten path! Nice side-mount rig and watch too! Great photos! :thanks

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    Those are some AMAZING () pictures. It is really amazing how the Doxa Orange really Pops. I wonder how it looks under water with the ambient lighting, must look gorgeous!
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