- Diving the wrecks of Bermuda
Dive Magazine, asked me if I'd be interested in working on a feature with them on the wrecks that surround Bermuda, and of course I accepted.
Two weeks were spent diving many of the wreck sites, with most laying in 6 to 20 meters of water. The shallow depth helped make them reasonably straight forward dives and gave us a good amount of bottom time for exploration. Due to the age and decayed state of some of the ships, and fine silt that can be kicked up by rough sea, there is often an eerie feel to the dive sites. With visibility often dropping to less than 10 meters, this just added to the atmosphere of these historical wreck sites.I was shooting with a Nikon D90x & Nikkor 16mm ƒ2.8 lens in a Subal housing, and as always with my underwater work I used natural light only..
Here's a small selection of what we shot..