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that looks like a fantastic book and it shows exactly why I love Calif diving!
People just don't realize how incredible the diving is, how many crazy critters, gorgeous kelp, nudibranchs and sea lions, horn sharks and leopard sharks, batrays and garibaldis - I love them all. and there they are, so close to US shores.
Everyone keeps talking about going to places like Indonesia to see all the interesting critters...... and I keep saying "but there are just as many cool ones in Calif, for about 1/10th of the trip cost, no language barrier, and no jet lag!"
A friend of mine was just talking to me and asking how my diving in Hawaii was....I told him it was good, but that I missed socal diving because it is absolutely fantastic. He was appalled and shocked....he was so confused. I sent him this link, so hopefully he'll understand soon!
This looks like an absolutely gorgeous book! It portrays many of the things I love the most about socal diving (well, at least in the preview pages that I got to see).