Author Archives: Blue Magic Scuba
Surface Intervals: Not necessarily boring!! As all divers know, a surface interval is an important aspect of each days dives. The surface interval is a necessary evil. Or is it? Is it really evil? There is no doubt that … Continue reading
Hello scuba fans! Yes, it’s been awhile since I’ve posted but were back. And guess what else is back? The first Nortes arrived this week with 3 days of port closures – and with them, the first spotted eagle rays … Continue reading
The gauntlet was thrown down. Sandro (his photo is on the bottom) found one of these rare Polka-dot Batfish at San Clemente and I challenged Pumbaa to do the same on a recent dive – and darned if he didn’t … Continue reading
These beautiful shots of a Loggerhead turtle were taken by Sandro on April 25 while diving with the Nichols family at La Francesa Reef. These are 2 of the best photos I’ve ever seen. Apparently he was so calm, he … Continue reading
Here are 2 of Sandro’s new Turtle friends – both babies and both oh-so-cute! Great shots Sandro!
Here are a few photos of the last Spotted Eagle Rays of the season, which comes to a close soon. We will miss them – until they return in November. Happy Viewing!
Just one of the many green moray eels we’ve seen in the last week of diving – it’s glorious!