Obligatory End-of-Year Post (A Summary of 2013)
It's always so fun to look back over the year and re-live all your cool memories. From a diving perspective, this year was an exercise in divergent paths. I came to discover that I held virtually equal interest in wreck diving and tiny critter hunting! Many of my favorite photos from the year are featured in my 2014 wall calendar, which is available here.
In January, I dove the Infidel wreck:
In February, I obsessed over Spanish Shawl nudibranchs:
In May, I got out of the water for a hot second to chase moose around northern New Hampshire:
A portion of July was spent cruising and diving the Sea of Cortez, which was supposed to be about seeing big animals, but ended up being about Sea of Cortez nudibranchs:
Fall brought great visibility to Catalina Island:
Finally, I wrapped up December with a dive on the UB-88, a German WWI submarine.
What's in store for 2014? January is already filled up with more rebreather training and wreck diving in San Diego and San Clemente Island. As for the rest of the year - only time will tell :)
Happy new year, everyone!