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Padi courses for the whole family While some scuba courses are reserved for adults or experienced divers, there are plenty of choices that cater well for both younger and older ages. Why not get started with one of these three family friendly ideas… Discover Scuba Diving For adults and children aged 10 years and over, the PADI Discover Scuba® Diving experience is a fun, practical introduction to scuba diving. You’ll get the chance to wear scuba gear, jump
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This “scuba diving” workout is ment to help you stay fit. Diving fitness: training for scuba diving When diving we try to pace ourself and take it slowly to conserve our air. But divers can nevertheless benefit from being in physically good shape. Then what kind of training and how much is needed? Divers often call diving “the lazy man’s sport”, owing to the fact that taking it slow and easy underwater is highly recommended, as
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Like their smaller relatives, giant sea horses are shy, colorful fish with elongated bodies and curled tails. The Pacific Seahorse, also known as giant seahorses, Hippocampus ingens (from the Greek hippos or “horse” and campus or “sea monster”) is a member of the Pipefish and Seahorse or Syngnathidae Family. The Pacific Seahorse is a resident of all Mexican waters of the Pacific Ocean and is known as “Caballito de Pacifico with family members known collectively as “Peces Pipa” and caballitos
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A more elaborate explanation for advanced photographers. Careful Focusing When shooting 1:1 macro at 60mm and longer focal lengths, the depth of field becomes very small. What that means is that the range of focus beyond the main focal point is limited (sometimes to just a few millimeters). To get the subject in focus, it is often necessary to use very tight apertures. However, using wide apertures with your macro lenses at high magnification can
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An evening on the waters of Manialtepec Lagoon, where you can admire its soft bioluminescent glow. At night fall the water of the Manialtepec Lagoon offers travelers a surreal spectacle. Since, with the slightest movement, it glows with an intense blue color. The “place of the lizards” according to its meaning in Nahuatl, is located 18km west from from Puerto Escondido and 127km from Huatulco (about 2h30min) in the state of Oaxaca. The Manialtepec Lagoon
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