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Super matinée à #nemo33 et première fois à -15m en poids constant sans palmes (CNF). Great morning at #nemo33 and first time at -15 meters constant weight no fins (CNF). Merci Abyss Apnea pour cette matinée superbe avec vous tous / thanks Abyss Apnea for this amazing morning with all of you ?? #freediving #freedive #freediver #dive #diving #underwater #breathhold #onebreath #cnf #constantweightnofins #nemo33 #apnea #apnee #apnée #instavideo #instamoment #october #2017 @angels.of.the.sea #nemo33 #nemo33 #freediving #freedive #freediver #dive #diving #underwater #breathhold #onebreath #cnf #constantweightnofins #nemo33 #apnea #apnee #apn #instavideo #instamoment #october #2017common.seeMore
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Super matinée à #nemo33 et première fois à -15m en poids constant sans palmes (CNF). Great morning at #nemo33 and first time at -15 meters constant weight no fins (CNF). Merci Abyss Apnea pour cette matinée superbe avec vous tous / thanks Abyss Apnea for this amazing morning with all of you ?? #freediving #freedive #freediver #dive #diving #underwater #breathhold #onebreath #cnf #constantweightnofins #nemo33 #apnea #apnee #apnée #instavideo #instamoment #october #2017 #nemo33 #nemo33 #freediving #freedive #freediver #dive #diving #underwater #breathhold #onebreath #cnf #constantweightnofins #nemo33 #apnea #apnee #apn #instavideo #instamoment #octobercommon.seeMore
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wow cool, never seen such a pool for trainingcommon.seeMore

Our lovely island above and below surface of water. Welcome to Freedive Nusa! #freediving #onebreath #notank #islandlife #freediverscommon.seeMore
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It's Nusa Penida island. 40 minutes from Bali by speedboatcommon.seeMore

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Shark diving in the Bahamas :) • Photo by Alan C Egan #freediving #floridafreedivers #bahamas #tigerbeach #onebreathcommon.seeMore
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So beautiful.common.seeMore

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Exploring underwater cave on one breath #freediving #onebreath #cave #cavefreediving #nusapenida #bali #indonesiacommon.seeMore
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Around 15 meterscommon.seeMore

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This image makes a good argument for avoiding deleting photos on the fly in the water when you view them through the LCD screen of the camera which is within the housing…It is also a solid reason why expectations often get in the way of taking good photos. When I got in the water and saw the size of the school of jacks I immediately had an image in my mind. I tried and tried several times to capture what I had imagined but without success. Every time I tried to swim away and dive down to get a larger perspective of the school they actually followed me. In one instance I arrived to the bottom, turned and found the ocean growing dark…the school followed me down and engulfed me. The diver in the photo @andreaasunsolo became the decoy and eventually the human subject that lends perspective to the image. I asked Andrea to dive down and occupy the school of fish so that I could be free to position myself to capture the image I had envisioned. I swam away distancing myself from the school, dove down, raised my camera, framed the shot and took the picture. As I surfaced I brought up the photo on the cameras LCD screen to review it. I thought it was ok but again, not what I had envisioned. I wanted to try again but the school of fish had reorganised themselves less vertically and the moment had passed. I looked again at the image and for a brief moment I thought about deleting it. Better to wait until I see it on the computer. I am very thankful that I trusted my instincts to avoid deleting until I review my images on the desktop of my computer. With a simple white balance the photo revealed a swirling biomass of fish forming a heart punctuated by a lone diver - @andreaasunsolo. When I first posted this I had no idea that it would be so well received…The marine protected area within which this photo was taken is a beautiful example of how we CAN get things right and how we can work with mother nature to ensure that our oceans are preserved and protected for the future. Thanks to everyone who continues to like and to follow my feed. #freediving #onebreath #thewatermenproject #ocean #natgeo #missionblue #iucn #saveouroceans #apneacity #terramarproject #exploringtheglobebucketlistcommon.seeMore
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incrediblecommon.seeMore

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how nice!!common.seeMore

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This image makes a good argument for avoiding deleting photos on the fly in the water when you view them through the LCD screen of the camera which is within the housing…It is also a solid reason why expectations often get in the way of taking good photos. When I got in the water and saw the size of the school of jacks I immediately had an image in my mind. I tried and tried several times to capture what I had imagined but without success. Every time I tried to swim away and dive down to get a larger perspective of the school they actually followed me. In one instance I arrived to the bottom, turned and found the ocean growing dark…the school followed me down and engulfed me. The diver in the photo @andreaasunsolo became the decoy and eventually the human subject that lends perspective to the image. I asked Andrea to dive down and occupy the school of fish so that I could be free to position myself to capture the image I had envisioned. I swam away distancing myself from the school, dove down, raised my camera, framed the shot and took the picture. As I surfaced I brought up the photo on the cameras LCD screen to review it. I thought it was ok but again, not what I had envisioned. I wanted to try again but the school of fish had reorganised themselves less vertically and the moment had passed. I looked again at the image and for a brief moment I thought about deleting it. Better to wait until I see it on the computer. I am very thankful that I trusted my instincts to avoid deleting until I review my images on the desktop of my computer. With a simple white balance the photo revealed a swirling biomass of fish forming a heart punctuated by a lone diver - @andreaasunsolo. When I first posted this I had no idea that it would be so well received…The marine protected area within which this photo was taken is a beautiful example of how we CAN get things right and how we can work with mother nature to ensure that our oceans are preserved and protected for the future. Thanks to everyone who continues to like and to follow my feed. #freediving #onebreath #thewatermenproject #ocean #natgeo #missionblue #iucn #saveouroceans #apneacity #terramarproject #exploringtheglobebucketlistcommon.seeMore
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Here's a little throwback to a beautiful day spent freediving with great people and some beautiful Tigers. I think everyday needs to be a little more like this :p • Click to see the full photo :) #tigerbeach #bahamas #igershark #freediverlife #girlswhofreedive #protectwhatyoulove #onebreathcommon.seeMore
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are you not scared? i see all these shark videos and pics here and start thinking they all seem to be very nicecommon.seeMore

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Hi everyone! My name is Ashleigh and I'm a competitive freediver. I was born and raised in central Florida, and for as long as I can remember I've been completely enamoured by the underwater world. My super hero wish as a kid was to be able to hold my breath for 10 minutes and dive as deep as a dolphin ? Growing up here allowed me to experience the water in many ways - whether it was on a beach, in the keys, or in the freshwater springs (one of which is pictured below). Over the years I've slowly learned how to push my limits further and further, but the beautiful springs here in Florida always call me back from the sea. They are not terribly deep, but their spirit and beauty has stolen my heart. These are my absolute favorite places to freedive. It is my dream to share these incredible sites with the world and to help protect them from the many man-made threats they are facing today. If you ever find yourself here in Florida, be sure to visit them and tell me what you think! #freedive #Florida #springs #love #onebreathcommon.seeMore
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Wow thanks for sharing! Will absolutely go try if I got a chance :)common.seeMore

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Make bubbles without troubles. #freediving #onebreath #havefun #underwaterfun #notank #freedivercommon.seeMore
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oh! so cool!common.seeMore