What I saw through my viewfinder one day in Larnaca Bay, Cyprus: I just had to take this picture of our friend Joe taking a picture of Jerry. (Got that?)This shot actually is a preview of a story we're preparing for The Right Blue (Jerry busily selecting and scanning the slides; Bobbie checking her logbooks and notes, and writing a draft).Stay tuned... ;-}Bobbie
It is remarkably blue! Does it look that blue to the eye when down there?
It's a photo of a diver taking a photo of a diver watching a diver taking a photo of a diver.Happy ww.
Hi Bobbie!It is so blue down there... I share Will's curiousness - is it really, well, blue, in the deep blue sea? :D My WW entry has a lot of pink in it. Please have a look when you have the time.
@ Cathy (TundraTantrum) - You had to go me one better, didn't you?! (But of course you are right!!)@ Will and ZJ - When it is a very sunny day, and the water is very clear -- it is indeed very, very blue "down there." That's why we call it The Right Blue. ;-}
Gorgeous! Happy WW!
Hehe ! underwater paparazzi !
I love your WW entries. You always have such wonderful photos. Happy WW!
It looks like you were at a pretty interesting site when you were fooling around with this shot. Beautiful blues, but still too spooky for me! I think I'll stay above :-)
Just beautiful. There is just no blue like the colors of water. Thanks for stopping by!
Wreck diving seems like it would be interesting but at the same time a bit creepy. The blue of the water is incredible. Happy WW!
Great photo. Must be challenging to take photos of other divers taking photos - very "meta" :)
Very blue - but I'm sure you didn't take all that equipment down there to take pictures of land-lovers - are you going to share other shots?Happy WW :-)
glug glug. Nice!
What a neat photo! Looking forward to the story!
Amazing photo! Would love to be there!
Oh my gosh it's been way too long since I've been in the ocean.. so jealous. Great shot.
How could you resist? I look forward to the story.
WOW!! That's amazing that you can actually take pictures under water! I would love to be able to do that but I'm afraid to scuba dive. Thanks for stopping by. Happy WW
It looks very deep down there; maybe because it's such a dark blue. I can't wait to read the story!
That's clever. Taking a shot of someone taking a shot. Hehe.Love your pic. It makes me long for the beach now (I couldn't say ocean as I haven't ried diving before). But your pic lets me see what down under.MakimejiVerb
It looks laready so deep. It must be fun to see the beautiful creatures in the underbelly of the sea. :-)
You take the most stunning photos every week. It gives me a smile on my face....keep it up! Happy WWKyla
This is so cool and it looks like so much fun!
Great shot. I would love to get back into diving for the photography alone. I really miss it.
Very cool photo. Such an incredible blue colour! Wonderful!
Great photos, I just love the sea. Another great website if anyone is also loves the ocean sailing and tallships: http://www.frederickleblanc.com
I would love to take underwater diving photos! This is too cool!
I have so wanted to scuba dive and explore ship wrecks. Alas, the closest I'm going to get is "Endless Ocean" on wii.Thanks for visiting my WW.
Great picture, thanks for visiting & commenting on my first WW post
Such an amazing action shot that you captured! Is everything really that brilliant blue coloring?
Another great picture. I just love them!Hope you had a great WW!My post...
Hi Everybody! Thanks for visiting. To all of you who remarked on the color in that photo, "sea water viewed from beneath the surface comes in many hues and shade" (quoting from the sidebar of this blog!).The shade in the photo is almost "the Right Blue." We prefer it a tad darker. What color it looks to the eye, and to the camera lens, depends on a lot of things, but mostly on how clear the water is (or not) and how bright the ambient light is (or not). Usually, the deeper you go, the darker it is, because more and more of the light gets filtered by the water (and particles in the water) on the way down.Many of my photos -- especially the closeups -- are artificially lit with a strobe. Wide angle shots like the one on this page can't be artificially lit unless you have huge movie lights, with electric cables running to the surface. We don't have any of those. :-DBobbie
P.S. to CatSynth -- You are right -- very "meta," indeed. :-D
It looks like an interesting dive around the the wreck. Looking forward to more!
We welcome your comments and invite your questions. Dialogue is a good thing!Bobbie & Jerry
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