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    Doxa gets wet in freshwater

    Hi guys , I'd like to share with you my dive of this morning : early river diving is fun ;)

    not that many people at 7 AM :



    Water is fine in august : +20°C



    unfortunatly visibility is not THAT great :)



    but the doxa is in its element



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    Thumbs Up Excellent diving pictures jean-michel......

    After seeing your pictures I've decided I must take my SharkHunter diving soon here in the Great Lakes.

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    Re: Excellent diving pictures jean-michel......

    Quote Originally Posted by Coppertop121
    After seeing your pictures I've decided I must take my SharkHunter diving soon here in the Great Lakes.
    Thanks ;)
    and I hope other divers will post doxa diving pics on the forum , always nice to see them in their "natural" element
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    Re: Doxa gets wet in freshwater

    Great pics JM! The vis reminds me of the quarry diving I used to do
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    Re: Doxa gets wet in freshwater

    Nice Jean Michel, the Sharkie looks great underwater!

    And the visibility does indeed remind one of the Great Lakes. We get accustomed to vis anywhere from 2 to 6 meters. Better on a good day, but that is average.
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    Re: Doxa gets wet in freshwater

    Nice idea for a post Jean-Michel. Here are some of my DOXA's getting wet on some of my dive trips. No photos from this year unfortunately.




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    Re: Doxa gets wet in freshwater

    Very cool Jean-Michel! What's that in your buddies left hand? Were you doing a little early morning hunting?

    Greg, awesome shots as always! That one in the Maldives with the school of tuna(?) in the back is great!

    Paul
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    Re: Doxa gets wet in freshwater

    Quote Originally Posted by Searambler
    Very cool Jean-Michel! What's that in your buddies left hand? Were you doing a little early morning hunting?

    Greg, awesome shots as always! That one in the Maldives with the school of tuna(?) in the back is great!

    Paul
    I is only a ... fin in Marie's (my wife) hand :) but indeed looking stange on this picture
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    Re: Doxa gets wet in freshwater

    Lol! A fin, of course! And now that I know, I can see it. But at first I thought it was a speargun also. Didin't want to say anything (the handheld weapons ban, and all that..... ).
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