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Favorite Hawaii dive photos of 2008

Discussion in 'Hawai'i' started by ScubaSeanMaui, Dec 29, 2008.

  1. ScubaSeanMaui

    ScubaSeanMaui Solo Diver

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: Maui
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    Since it's the end of the year, maybe we can share or favorite photos from 2008?

    Loose rules: Post up to 3 photos or videos which have to be taken somewhere in Hawaii during 2008. If you have something from another time and really like it, why not post it! :)

    Let's share some of the beautiful critters we have here in Hawaii with the world!

    I hope it's a fun thread!

    Sean
     
  2. friscuba

    friscuba Dive Charter

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    Here's a busy night in Kona back in May:
    [vimeo]1040046[/vimeo]

    And one of my first shots with closeup lenses:
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    And some cool night dive action:
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  3. Sloth

    Sloth DIR Practitioner

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: Tampa, FL
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    Here are my three favorites this year:


    white tip on the air plane fuselage off the YO
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    Squid on a fantasy reef night dive
    [​IMG]


    and a day octo on the baby barge
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  4. VBlueV

    VBlueV Contributor

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: Oahu, Hawaii
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    dec 2008: hammer on the seamount..
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    dec 2008: slipper at THE diner..
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    may 2008: stingray at the corsair..
    [​IMG]
     
  5. deeper thoughts

    deeper thoughts Solo Diver

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    That eel shot is magazine quality, wow!
     
  6. ScubaSeanMaui

    ScubaSeanMaui Solo Diver

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: Maui
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    Really quickly here are three from some really fun dives I did in 2008:

    The White Tip Shark Nest off Molokini Reef's End
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    A Baby Manta Passing by Brad and I while on Inspiration rebreathers
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    Shortnose Mantis Shrimp with Eggs off the 5 Graves Patch reef
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    Sorry, here is a 4th one:

    Grey Reef Shark off Reef's End Drift
    [​IMG]

    I'm praying to see a whale or two in 2009!!

    Thanks for sharing the great photos!

    Sean
     
  7. lonniehammack

    lonniehammack Registered

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: Hawaii
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    Wow, I took a lot of photos in 2008. Hard to determine my three favorites, but here are three photos.
     

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  8. bcyber

    bcyber Contributor

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: Hickam - Oahu
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    Here are my 3...much to hard to decide!

    Try and beat that many rays! :D Seen these off of Mahi Wreck.

    The picture of the Bandit Angelfish is not the best but I like it since I did take it off winward side of Oahu...not to many of those around this island and I saw 3 in 2 dives.

    The hammerhead pic is my first hammerhead off of south shore near Hickam. Seen two more on another dive. It's time to breed so they are coming in.


    More pics here: SugarSync - Album View
     

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  9. bcyber

    bcyber Contributor

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    Location: Hickam - Oahu
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    Jeezz no one else is going to post? I'm sure we have a buynch of folks that have some great pics to share!
     
  10. friscuba

    friscuba Dive Charter

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    My guess is it'd have more participants if it wasn't a "sticky". I ignore the sticky section, thought this thread was buried on the second day and rediscovered it a day later.
     

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