Saturday, March 29, 2014
Needless to say, living on a sailboat in warm waters (Mexico) offered many 'Underwater Adventures', but one place stood out above all the rest. It wasn't the warm water of Mexico, rather the cold and brilliant colors, and size on life, in the NW. These pictures were taken at Tod Inlet, on a point between Angler's Anchorage Marina and Tod Inlet (an anchorage for visitors to the Buchart Gardens) on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada. They don't depict the colors too well (due to the depth I was at where colors fade with the sunlight), but the splendor of the dive is still radiant!
and the March sketch was perfect for my underwater pictures.