REDDOG DIVING – KEY
Doug Cook’s Website for Scuba Diving Adventures
and Underwater Photography
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graduated from the
that defined Doug’s
(play but please do not copy)
Pennekamp Park’s Christ of the Abyss Statue at Key Largo Dry Rocks
Also known as the world’s largest insane asylum and den of modern day pirates.
No beautiful beaches of legend but extensive mangrove swamps.
Doug with First (and only) Mate
Doug’s boat “Mary Metro”. Her Chrysler 318 engine sucked gas at a gallon a mile
when marina gas was at a record high price!
Doug’s monthly fuel bills were often ten times that of the
$75/month rent for an apartment above the dive shop.
Aerial view of Alligator Reef with typical spur and groove coral formation.
Doug was a free lance photo journalist and underwater photography instructor (PUBLICATIONS). His arsenal of photo equipment included four Nikonos cameras, a RolleiMarine housing and RolleiFlex camera,
and an ancient Bolex 16mm movie camera and housing.
Today life is simple and easy with just a Cannon SD-800 in a WD-PC5 housing:
Still and video with automatic focus, exposure, and white balance!