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It has been said that if you learn to ski in the North East US you can pretty much ski anywhere and anything.  I am inclined to think scuba diving is very similar.  After learning to dive off Cape Ann, MA this winter in a dry suit I completed my first dives in Grand Cayman and what an incredible experience is was.  over 3 days I dived Chelonia Wall, Neptune’s Wall, Bolero, Holiday Inn Drop, the USS Kittiwake and Wall Street.  All are located on the west side of the island off 7 Mile Beach.

Thanks to all the fine folk of the Metro West Dive Club and MASS Diving for encouragement, tutalage keeping me on the straight and narrow.  Ambassador Divers did a phenomenal job and their team was great to work with.  They are right next to the Grand Cayman Marriott which was awesome and we’d stay there again in a heartbeat.  Their services was some of the best we’ve had anywhere.

I’ll let these very modest images do the talking.  Nothing fancy this time out.  Just a SeaLife Micro 2.0 and 2 SeaDragon 2500 lights.  Key is to select the dive setting but keep white balance adjusted to Daylight, when using lights for close-ups since the lights are balanced at 5,200 Kelvin.


Another great performance by the Wellesley kids and their fearless leader Kevin McDonald!  Special guests included the MIT Logarithms AKA The MIT Logs and the Wellesley College Wellesley Widows



Another great performance by the Wellesley kids and their fearless leader Kevin Mcdonald!



The Wellesley High School Performing Arts department put on a fantastic performance this year.   Check out Wicked Local’s Review HERE

Events are a wonderful privilege to photograph and Wellesley High School’s performing arts programs are a phenomenal happening!  This 2 hour all acapella program was sold out And Kevin McDonald, the Wellesley High music director consistently brings his A game to these kids and inspires them to go beyond themselves.  What ever they pay him it aint enough!  Here are a few highlights

Nice review HERE on featuring images by yours truly.