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April 30, 2012

Airport mural

We finished the mural at Grand Cayman's Owen Roberts Airport baggage claim area! The mural is 9 feet high and a glorious 200 feet long! Here is a tiny section of it. I planned the photos and my photoshop guru, Charles (CJ) Viggers did the amazing job of putting it together so…
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January 1, 2012

We got a wonderful new dog

Although from the front she looks like Chewbakka, we kept her breeder's name of Jasmin. She is a cuddly, smart, very active miniature Labradoodle, and makes me laugh every day. She starts, as most dogs do, by licking your face at 6 am to get us up to walk her.…
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December 15, 2011

Busy year

WOW, have I been busy! A lot has happened since November 2010. I have been to Turkey to judge the CMAS photo contest, I became the President of the Academy of Underwater Arts and Sciences (AUAS), I have offered seminars in Washington, Our World Underwater, Boston area, Beneath the Sea,…
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November 3, 2010

Scholarships & Training Grants from Woman Divers Hall of Fame and the Academy of Underwater Arts and Sciences

If you know of worthy people who could use a scholarship or training grant for marine or scuba related instruction, The Women Divers Hall of Fame offers scholarships for women enrolled in the following academic programs: Marine Conservation, Underwater Archeology, Journalism/graphic arts/photography/videography, or marine biology. The WDHoF offers training grants…
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April 19, 2010

Stop Shark Finning

Beneath The Sea “Divers of the Year” contributed a total of $1260.00 to support the campaign in China to encourage them to say "No" to Shark Fin soup. I will include you on my list of divers of the year if you wish to contribute $10 or more to this…
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March 30, 2010

Shark Savers

Here is an easy quickie that anyone can do with any post editing program that allows putting two photos together. The amount of my face that shows through will vary with the viewing system you have. It appears a little too dark on some systems.