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A mente que se abre a uma nova idéia jamais voltará ao seu tamanho original.

The mind that opens to a new idea never returns to its original size.

Albert Einstein

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Quando vamos até o fundo do mar, descobrimos que ali jamais poderíamos viver sozinhos.
Então levamos mais alguém.E esta pessoa, chamada de dupla, companheiro ou simplesmente amigo, passa a ser importante para nós.Porque, além de poder salvar nossa vida, passa a compartilhar tudo que vimos e sentimos.E em duplas, passamos a ter equipes, e estas passam a ser cada vez maiores e mais unidas.

E assim entendemos que somos todos velhos amigos mesmo que não nos conheçamos.E esse elo que nos une é maior que todos os outros que já encontramos.E isso faz com que nós mais do que amigos, sejamos irmãos.Faz de nós, mergulhadores.

( Jacques Yves Cousteau)
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Vídeos: MAR e Oceanos (movimente com (setas para baixo e PGDN)

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Cristina Zunino

(Andando no BLOG (setas para baixo e PGDN)

O BLOG do mergulhador é a total dedicação ao mergulhador, as notícias, os eventos, aos mergulhos e opniões dos mergulhadores.

Levando os oceanos, mares e a vida marinha até você.

Um trabalho feito ao que nós amamos.

Um BLOG , sem fins lucrativos com o objetivo de desenvolver, divulgar, promover e incentivar atividades no mergulho que possibilitem a conservação do meio ambiente e dos recursos naturais.

The BLOG is dedicated to the diver, news, events, to dives and opinions of the divers, taking the oceans, seas and marine life to you.
A work we love.
Diver's blog is a nonprofit blog with the goal of developing, disseminating, and encouraging activities in the diver world allowing the conservation of the environment and natural resources.
Cristina Zunino
PADI-Nr.0712035737 - AOWD

domingo, 24 de junho de 2012

MERGULHO e FOTOGRAFIA SUB - David Doubilet's amazing pictures of wonderful underwater life.


David Doubilet
David Doubilet
David Doubilet's awe-inspiring images were taken in far-flung parts of the Antarctic and around exotic islands.
Click here to see the amazing images
The vibrant photographs range from cute Australian sea lions peering inquisitively into the lens to a terrifying Great White Shark opening its jaws in South Africa.
Even a black and white scene is utterly beautiful, showing a group of southern stingrays floating above the seabed of the Cayman Islands with sun rays falling from above.
Another fascinating photo shows a chance encounter between a parrot fish and a school of grey grunts in Galapagos.
Intrepid Mr Doubilet is now in his mid-60s but remains unafraid to come face-to-face with predators of the deep.
He has also enlisted fellow adventurers to appear in his photos, with one showing diver Dinah Halstead surrounded by a circle of barracuda in Papua New Guinea.
He said: "People forget that there are more humans that eat sharks than sharks that eat humans and in some areas the shark population is down by 90 per cent.
"For example in China they eat shark soup as a way of proving wealth and success."
The New York photographer has spent hundreds of hours travelling the world to see the ever more intriguing secrets of the ocean.
He is one of the greatest underwater photographers in the world, and his work in both fresh and salt water has been elevated to new heights with the advent of the digital age.
He said: "That Cartier-Bresson moment that is hard to achieve on land is 10 times harder to achieve underwater, because you're swimming around with a large housing with arms as long as 24 inches long and attached to the end of the arms are your strobes.
"Sometimes you're using six or seven strobes or large surface-powered HMI movie lights."
One picture shows a male tomato clownfish guarding his clutch of developing eggs in the Philippines, while another captures a weedy sea dragon patrolling a Tasmanian kelp forest.
Mr Doubilet said: "There are always moments that are dangerous. I wouldn't say I have ever been scared as such but I can't deny I have certainly put myself in many dangerous situations.
"One that sticks in my head is when we were doing night dives in a river in Okavango Deta, northern Botswana.
"The water was full of crocodiles and hippos and because they follow sound and movement we couldn't go back to shoot in the same place twice.
"There was a mother and baby hippo close by and they can be very defensive in that situation. Not to mention the crocodile eyes glowing all around us.
"Being faced with something like that is much more intimidating than a shark."          
Da amiga diver,  
Cristina Zunino

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FILMES :Mares e Oceanos

01- Mergulho Radical 2: o recife
02- Sharkwatwer
03- Imensidão Azul (1988)
04- A Esfera
05- O Fundo do Mar
06- O Mundo do silêncio (1956)
07- The Cave
08- O segredo do abismo
09- Expedições Fluviais
10- A Odisseia de Jacques Cousteau
11- A marcha dos pinguins
12- Homens de honra
13- Coleção Blue Planet
14- Coleção PLaneta Terra
15- A Ilha dos Golfinhos
16- Expedicao Brasil Oceanico
17- Tubarão
18- TITANIC da NATGEO
19- Um tesouro de amor (Fool’s Gold)
20- Lost City Raiders
21- Mergulho Fatal (2009)
22- Mar de fogo
23- Ocean Men
24- Sea Hunt (aventura submarina)
25-
The Greater Meaning of Water