Black & White Sunday 7: Costa Rica Diving

Something a little different from the Soapbox this week after spending a week and 9 dives on the west coast of Costa Rica.

sea urchin


porcupine fish





The Pacific coast diving doesn’t have the visibility of the Caribbean, but it’s still better than the mountain lakes here at home (and warmer!), and bodes well for trying out black and white.

Check out everyone else’s photos and the blog hop hosts herehere and/or here.


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Writing from Calgary, Alberta, Canada. 90% pictures of my dogs; 10% miscellaneous opinions nobody asked for.

12 Responses to Black & White Sunday 7: Costa Rica Diving

  1. tylersat99 says:

    Great pictures, my husband the scuba diver will love them too. I’ve gone snorkeling but not diving 🙂

  2. Bethany says:

    I always swim too quickly away from puffers, eels and sting rays to get a picture. You are very brave. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Woof! Woof! Oh LOVE it … it reminds us swimming int he ocean and seeing life under water. Happy Black n White Sunday. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

  4. barkandchatter says:

    Very, very cool! Hope you had a great trip!

  5. jank1961 says:

    Those are really cool photos! Some of those creatures are a little scary looking though. It must be really something down there, it looks like it is a whole different world.

  6. Mel says:

    OMG! What awesome photos! Are you a scuba diver too? Wow.
    You just can’t capture photos like these snorkeling. Love!

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