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Gabriel defines the diving

March 2, 2018 Written by

Sensory overload: noun, compound.
Condition originating from hammerheads appearing in the distance on the right, mantas on the left, and a passing whale shark at 40 meters, whereby divers experience stress because they wish they had 360º vision but they can see only one thing at a time.

Wishful thinking: noun, compound.
The expectation that one will end one’s dive in no longer than fifty-five minutes while three to four mantas swirl, dance, and twirl around divers during their safety stop.

– Gabriel, U.S.A.


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