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Posted by Max Bottomtime on July 19, 2017 at 13:56:14:

Today we had one of those dives that we would normally have aborted. We couldn't see the bottom until we were almost on it. The dirty green surface water extended down to sixty-five feet, making it not only dark but muddy looking. I cleared my mask twice thing it was fogged but it was just poor visibility.

We have a trip coming up soon so this was more of a shakeout dive. We stuck it out for an hour but every photo I took had a muddy tinge to it. Thanks to Photoshop, here's today's haul.

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