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Posted by Elaine on August 30, 2006 at 14:08:52:

In Reply to: Re: Jetfins are way less than a pound negative. posted by msblucow on August 30, 2006 at 13:44:11:

If you look very closely at the photos, you will see that there is a gap behind the rocks. If you look really closely, you will see a second stage looping around under one of the divers that wouldn't be seen if he were "laying" on the rocks. What I do see that he is is using a rock for a little steadyness. One diver was using a small patch of sand behind a rock for support. It may be too close for comfort - but they were being careful.

I think that people have voiced their concerns and have been heard. I'm truely more concerned about the bigger causes of hydrocoral damage at Farnsworth. Scott put up a report about live boat diving at Farnsworth and maybe that is a more environmentally freindly way to do it when it can be done.

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