Monthly Archives: March 2014

My girl

From the “don’t take life too seriously” department. Dedicated to wreck divers everywhere of all generations. (Warning: if you lack a sense of humor, in my rarely humble opinion, you are not a true wreck diver and should read no … Continue reading

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Clarity in purpose

The instinctual allure of clarity in purpose can lift the spirit to the pinnacles of human achievement or drop the soul into a pitiless hell, never hinting which direction until arrival. And maybe the direction doesn’t matter; maybe they represent … Continue reading

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Savage simplicity

Growing up for six years in Athens, Greece allowed me to spend a lot of time underwater long before first strapping on a dive tank. Free diving and spear fishing were starkly honest expressions of young adventures in body and … Continue reading

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