Of the numerous scuba diving sites offered by Grand Cayman Island I believe that Black Rock Wall must be my most desired. If you ever get the ability to dive this phenomenal site don’t hesitate. Looking back through my dive log I know that over your lifetime I dove Black Rock four times – three night dives, and every single day dive. Those night dives were probably the most spectacular, nevertheless I’m rather partial to night dives. I saw my first octopus throughout a night dive, and yes that was a dive at Black Jewel. I got a couple of decent pictures of two octopuses that night.

Our bodies work on the natural rhythm. Again, I won’t go in detail right now but it is quite obvious we need to get in sync with our rhythm. We’re going to work in 60 and 30 minutes chunks of this time actually 60 minutes, 1 hour and around 30 minutes chunks.

Then it happened, as it had read my mind: The water bulged shortly and the orca breached high out of the sea just parallel to our boat. My camera was firmly on target hence there is no made sure not to miss its tip. It was awesome and scary to be so in order to the giant orca. Whenever it hit the water, it splashed assist directions and even onto the boat! Applied vr-expert that it really didn’t soak the camera.

What a solution to return towards water! Leading conditions were gloomier, rainier, and darker but I failed to care; in my opinion it the HTC Vive Focus magnificent day where the mist of the air accentuated the aroma of the salt water to reawaken happy story.

Black Rock is with a north side of Grand Cayman virtually halfway between the center type of the island, and the east outcome. The dive site starts on the depth of 25-feet, and after that gradually drops to around 60-feet in plunge this top belonging to the Cayman outlet. My day dive at Black Rock were to 96-feet, over the side of the wall surface. This dive started at 52-feet, and we quickly descended over the precipice toward the depths. My log entry doesn’t have much detail in this dive.

One early morning, at sunrise, I realized i was enjoying a ride on the small scouting boat. While cruising at high speed, we were searching for orcas in Haro Strait and Boundary Pass towards the San Juan Islands. In the east end of the pass the guide stop running the engine and we drifted towards Haro Strait. After a while we spotted some activity about miles ahead and enjoyed the silence and examine of beautiful, forested islands while the current carried us in that direction.

Some of the pictures I take on night dives are tremendous. The fish that dart caused from you during a day dive lie sleeping, and unmoving, at time. It’s like they’re posing your camera. On a normal dive I get maybe a couple of decent fish pictures. Most blur through the movement as being subject flits about your coral. On a night dive I’m more successful, and then leave the water with over fifty percent of my shots turning out in focus, and successful addendums to my personal photo lp.