The photo was taken at Pagasitikos gulf situated in Central Greece in a complex of small caves of the rocky coastline. The image is a split shot from inside out, of a cave that is half underwater and half in surface, with a diver in shallow spotting the bottom with a torch. I really like this shot because it includes in one image the beauty of Greece which is the crystal clear Aegean blue and the bright summer sky.
As a GUE philosophy follower and Quest’s reader I was more than willing to contribute with my photographs to George’s article. Quest is a quarterly magazine published by Global Underwater Explorers that seeks to cultivate an understanding and appreciation of the underwater world and of its component parts. GUE emerged out of a shared desire to safely explore and protect the underwater world and to improve the quality of education and research in all things aquatic. In line with the original vision of its founding members, GUE is committed to developing safe, skilled, and knowledgeable divers, undertaking and promoting underwater research, pursuing global underwater exploration, safeguarding the integrity of the underwater world and providing the public with a comprehensive resource on all things aquatic.
Working to redefine the ties binding the average underwater enthusiast to underwater explorers, conservationists and scientific researchers GUE is committed to the overall goal of promoting the interests of the underwater world and of those who seek to engage it.