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"Secrets in the Sound"

Discussion in 'Pacific Northwest' started by gcbryan, Mar 25, 2011.

  1. gcbryan

    gcbryan One Bad Hombre

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    Finally a good scuba video/program on TV. I just watched it on KIRO. Maybe it will be repeated or available online for anyone who didn't see it. It was called "Secrets in the Sound".

    No drama, good production quality, no messing around with the marine life and pretty complete.

    The only possible inaccuracies that I caught and they were minor were some mention of GPO's staying in one area. That's true after the eggs are laid but it showed an octo out in the open when that statement was made so it wasn't entirely accurate.

    It also mentioned that several Wolf Eels live in one den so that one could hunt and the other could protect the den. Maybe accurate but it never mentioned that in almost all cases it is a male and female living together in those dens.

    Minor points that I mention only out of interest.

    A lot of filming obviously went into this video. Birds underwater were filmed, along with Orcas, Sixgills and a Basking Shark. Some scenes had very good viz. This must have been footage from over a year.

    If you have to chance to see it if it's repeated it's well worth your time.
     
  2. fisheater

    fisheater Divemaster Candidate

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    Any way for us "outsiders" to see this?
     
  3. BCSGratefulDiver

    BCSGratefulDiver Mental toss flycoon ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Here's the trailer ...

    ... Bob (Grateful Diver)
     
  4. HenrikBP

    HenrikBP Solo Diver

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    Wow, very nice. Now I 1) want to watch the whole program and 2) Go diving in Puget Sound :)

    Henrik
     
  5. Jax

    Jax Deplorable American ScubaBoard Supporter

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  6. Blue Sparkle

    Blue Sparkle Captain

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    That's amazing! When I read about PNW diving, I always wonder what it really looks like under there. Pretty nifty :)
     
  7. sunkmail

    sunkmail Dive Equipment Manufacturer

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    I found another showing on Kiro, April 2 (I think) - I have it set to record on my DVR. :)
     
  8. BCSGratefulDiver

    BCSGratefulDiver Mental toss flycoon ScubaBoard Supporter

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    ... you could always check out some of the pictures on my website ... :D

    ... Bob (Grateful Diver)
     
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  9. bs63366

    bs63366 Barracuda

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    That looks awesome. I can't wait until I get up there later this year and get to see it all in person.
     

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