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(March 18-27, 2011)

Jean Guy Lathuilière

Limits and Limitless

Charles M. (Chuck) Lampman

Leaving for a Night Dive

Cozumel, Mexico

March 21, 2011, 5:55 pm local time

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© 2011 Charles M. (Chuck) Lampman, All Rights Reserved.

Scuba diving is a sport that abounds with limits; the most obvious, of course, is the limit on man's ability to breathe under water!

A wise diver knows his limits with respect to the strength and endurance to handle challenging situations such as strong currents, and the ability to function at depths which can induce nitrogen narcosis. Many divers have limits regarding their ability to control panicky or claustrophobic feelings.

Many of these imitations can be expanded or overcome with experience; others become more clearly defined by that same experience.

Taken on a dive trip to Cozumel with beginning scuba students, the dive boat shown here is setting out on the first night dive for these newly-qualified divers, an experience which will surely cause some to recognize and begin to overcome their personal limits.

Latin America / Mexico

Lat: 20° 27' 12.35" N
Long: 86° 59' 20.84" W

Elevation: 2 meters

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Precision is: High. Pinpoints the exact spot.

Nikon D300, Rokinon 8mm lens, Nodal Ninja II, monopod, 27" iMac i7, PTGui Pro, Photoshop CS5

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