Photographer since 1978, diver since 1997. Aquatic photographer since 2001. International Director of Underwater Photography Department at DIWA, Diving Instructor World Association. Member of the Ocean Artists Society. Professional uw photographer for quite some years. Dive instructor since 1999, now course director.
Chris (jpodiver) PADI Open Water Diver
Mickey Wrona (mickeywrona) Married have 2 boys, Brian and David Brian is a police officer and David is 22 and going to MCCC
Michele Welker (michelewelker) PADI Advanced Open Water Diver
Alexminn (Alexminn) PADI Open Water Diver
Jim Sheward (JSheward) PADI Open Water Diver
Mike (ScubaMike) PADI Open Water Diver
Gregory E. Miller (gemiller) SSI Open Water Diver
PANAMA DIVERS inc (panamadivers) We are and the Caribbean side in the national underwater park Portobelo you can watch: snapper , lobster , the famous lion fish,barracuda, crabs,angel fish ,blowfish,sea urchin,stingray and others. And variety and corals. *island Drake * punts Sabanilla *tree sisters *san medina *the airplane *the Anchor *One rock dive sites depend on weather conditions although weather are generally good. PADI Master Instructor
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