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mntlblok
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I fix broken teeth. Retired Dec. 1, 2018

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mntlblok

Photographer, 67, from Pompano Beach. FL

mntlblok was last seen:
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  • About

    Birthday:
    Mar 16, 1953 (Age: 67)
    Home Page:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/mentalblock/collections/72157605292385127/
    Location:
    Pompano Beach. FL
    Occupation:
    I fix broken teeth. Retired Dec. 1, 2018
    Gender:
    Male
    Certification Agencies:
    PADI and SDI
    Dive History:
    I'm pretty much limiting myself to liveaboard diving these days. The Nekton boats are my favorites, but it's much easier to take off for long weekends than for full weeks. I also like to avoid flying with all my scuba and photo gear. Driving to Florida is not a problem. Update, January, 2011. The Nekton is history, but last year I learnt of shore diving in south Florida. I'm now a big fan of the Blue Heron Bridge and Lauderdale By The Sea.
    Certification History:
    OW, Nitrox, and Solo
    Certification Level:
    Solo
    # of Logged Dives:
    200 - 499
    Dive Classification:
    Dork Diver
    Years Certified:
    Ten Or More Years
    Dive Equipment:
    Mostly old stuff, but now carrying a pony for the solo stuff. Had used a Spare Air for many years prior to that. I use Rebel XTi and Ikelite stuff. Sigma 15mm fisheye, but mostly Sigma 50mm. Recently got me one of those Tokina 10-17mm's for use at Tiger Beach. January, 2011 update. Grew out of some of my gear. :-( Got me a 100cu.ft. steel tank for shore diving. My 50mm macro lens gave out and I replaced it with a Canon 60mm. Surprised to learn of the differences in how they focus. 60mm much quieter and doesn't "grow". Upgraded to the Rebel 550D and learning to use the video on it. 2019, now using Rebel SL2.
    I'm a little "different". :) I have more fun than most. My wife is certified, but is not a big fan of diving.

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