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You stand on the shore and look out at the sunset. The beautiful colors, the clouds moving with leisurely grace. The rays of the setting sun bounce off the surface of the water, sparkling and appearing as fireworks.
Have you ever wondered what was under there? Just beneath the surface? What’s below the suns talent to create such works of wonder on the surface of water?
I have. I stood and wondered.
Now that wonder has turned to passion; passion for what lies beneath the surface, and discovering everything I can about what’s down there, hidden from view. I took the plunge and became an Open Water diver.
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