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This Saturday I dove with my friend Nikos in Chalkidiki, Macedonia, Greece.

First dive.

Sinn EZM1 and Doxa Whiteshark 750T with orange(!) Maratac NATO at 20m.



Nikos' La Bomba.



With the Whiteshark. At 12m orange is more visible.



At 8m orange numbers on bezel are visible.



Nikos' Frogman.



Break for a coffee in the bar near coast. Let's see what else we 'll wear.




La Bomba.


Second dive.

Quartz mates.


Logo.



Sea star wants Nikos' watches.



At 25m DOXA GMT Professional looks grey but actually is sage (military green).
But orange hands of Fortis are strong and vivid. Lemania rules.



Three?



Or four?



No! Six are better.




Watches are nice but diving first of all is fun and beautiful sea life.


Vertical rock.





I'm not swimming, I'm flying.




Diving or Sky Diving?



Two sea anemons.


A Spirographis.



And a Cerianthus



A sponge.



A pinna.



Hello!



A sea star.



Tenths of young two-banded sea breams


A shy young grouper (yellow dots).


Regards
Dimitris
 

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Fantastic!!! Thanks for posting and sharing!!!:-!
 

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Great photos my friend Thanks for sharing with us.

Regards from Portugal

José Vargas
 

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Absolutely beautiful!

Love the underwater pics. And the group watch shot was pretty darn cool, too.

Thanks for sharing.

:-!
 

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Those pictures make me want to take up diving.

How does leather hold up underwater?
 

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Geia sou Dimitri....

Very nice photos and the divers collection you have there is great...

I just wish I've had planned this years summer holidays near Chalkidiki so as to meet you and see some of your jewels :)

Of course, I am sure that Chania will not be bad for my holidays :-d :-d

Kalo kalokairi.....
 

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Beautiful pictures, lots of fun! And you are right.... too many dive watches. :) Hard to select what to wear when there are so many to choose from.
 

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GREAT PICS!!! Thanks for posting!! There's nothing like seeing dive watches used for their intended purpose!!!:-!
 

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Thanks!

Those pictures make me want to take up diving.

How does leather hold up underwater?
Very well.
If it's a good and thick (3mm+) after market strap it can withstand a standard recreational dive. Just let it dry (no sun, no heater) and apply from time to time leather cream. Shrinkage is a normal effect.

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Dimitris
 
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