We’ve now made plans and it looks like it will be the Florida Keys for some diving. Yay!
We’ve got the airfare and rental car, now we just need some place to stay… 🙂
The Florida Keys is the place that started Dive Turkey and I will enjoy going back, this time with a camera. Hopefully, I will get some good pictures of wrecks and reefs and colorful fish.
It will not be the same, though, since I will be the only one there from the original trip. While there, I will remember our one-time dive-buddy Jason.
I will especially miss him on this trip to the first Dive Turkey location.
Planning a trip is hard. Planning a dive trip is harder. Planning a dive drip with good places to do dive photography while worrying about luggage restrictions, cost, and other photographic considerations is even harder.
I’m trying to figure out the best place to go and the best dates so that we can both relax and do some diving photography. Our last trip [the diving portion at least] was unsatisfactory due to water conditions and my general “blah” feeling about it that particular week.
Before that was Belize, and while the trip as a whole was magnificent, as was the diving, I was unable to produce any stellar pictures from that trip.
I think I need more practice. Hence, the dive trip planning that is so frustrating.
It’s hard to do underwater photography when you’re caught drifting, like in Cozumel, or is cloudy cold water, like Cabo. So – what you need is a calm place, deep wildlife [so that sunlight won’t interfere with the camera’s flash and turn everything blue] and of course nice accommodations. Hard to find.
I’m thinking Hawaii or Roatan or the Bahamas or… well, there’s tons of places, but making the decision is hard.
And then, of course, there’s the price.
Gotta keep that in mind. 😐