Other than those related to cars, my main hobby right now is travel. Planning on getting back into scuba diving next summer.
I learned to scuba dive off of Martha's Vineyard. You definitely had to want to dive to get into that water.I scuba frequently in California. A place where you REALLY have to want to scuba to dive. Because it is COLD - warmest I've ever seen the water is 54F - typically around 46-48F, and lowest at 40F. But we do have local flora and fauna you'll never seen anywhere else!
Also just getting into karting - sorta slows down all other driving.
Whoa...I learned to scuba dive off of Martha's Vineyard. You definitely had to want to dive to get into that water.
I do remember when they were filming Jaws on the Vineyard. There were three mechanical sharks built for the film and they used to store them on a raft in the harbour when not being used.Whoa...
"You go in the water? Shark's in the water? Our shark? 'Farewell and adieu to you, fair Spanish ladies. Farewell and adieu, you ladies of Spain. For we've received orders for to sail back to Boston. And so nevermore shall we see you again'."
Ha, one of my fav' dialogs from "Jaws" (filmed off Martha's Vineyard)!
I'm also into SCUBA/diving (PADI/Open-Water certified), though I haven't been on a dive in few years... sigh! My aquatic-jaunts have been mainly tropics, not too much temperate. I'm hoping to get out to the South/Southeast Asian isles sometime in the future.
I agree. DSLRs have made it easy to take a good picture. Taking a very very good picture remains a challenge thoughUsed to also do a lot of photography as a hobby. Kind of gotten away from serious picture taking since I move to digital slrs. It is just too easy now to take good pictures.
I agree. DSLRs have made it easy to take a good picture. Taking a very very good picture remains a challenge though
Of course, but that's my point. I have spent a whole day setting up one shot before now just to make sure everything is perfectBack when I used film, I used to be careful about setting up a shot well. With the digital SLR, you just click a bunch off and hope one turns out well.