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Gruner see, 2013

PostPosted: January 21st 2014, 1:51am
by Jamesbee
Gruner see is a park most of the year, which fills up with snow melt each spring, and empties out again by summer. The visibility can be amazing, the lake bed is very clean and the whole place is surrounded by mountains. Water temp is cold, around 6-8 C when water is at its highest, which isn't generally more than 10-15m. Just a few random pics from last years trips.

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Re: Gruner see, 2013

PostPosted: January 21st 2014, 3:25pm
by gregl515
Thanks for the photos. It looks fun, but not much of a challenge for a saturation diver!

Re: Gruner see, 2013

PostPosted: July 24th 2014, 8:27pm
by divemachine
The visibility is incredible and I love looking at the bluish parts of the lake, making it more pristine and enticing to dive in.

Re: Gruner see, 2013

PostPosted: July 24th 2014, 8:32pm
by divemachine
By the way, if I may ask, what camera did you guys use? Because those are fantastic shots you got there.

Re: Gruner see, 2013

PostPosted: August 26th 2014, 3:41am
by eddiea
So my question is...which divers watch you took along for the dive :?:

Re: Gruner see, 2013

PostPosted: August 26th 2014, 4:25am
by Kahuna74
California could use that there water ;)

Re: Gruner see, 2013

PostPosted: August 26th 2014, 6:38am
by Wasp
Ahhh vis, that must be nice. Mostly a braille diver.

Very cool cold free dive.

Cheers

Re: Gruner see, 2013

PostPosted: August 26th 2014, 5:00pm
by JAS1125
Jamesbee wrote:Image


This shot reminded me of this...

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All great shots...thanks for sharing

Re: Gruner see, 2013

PostPosted: August 26th 2014, 7:04pm
by koimaster
Great photos, too bad James is not here more often.

Re: Gruner see, 2013

PostPosted: August 26th 2014, 7:29pm
by biglove
koimaster wrote:Great photos, too bad James is not here more often.


Very much agreed!

Re: Gruner see, 2013

PostPosted: September 24th 2014, 1:11pm
by Jamesbee
biglove wrote:
koimaster wrote:Great photos, too bad James is not here more often.


Very much agreed!



Aw shucks you guys. Hi Travis! Will post a new dive video here in a minute.

Re: Gruner see, 2013

PostPosted: September 24th 2014, 1:12pm
by Jamesbee
eddiea wrote:So my question is...which divers watch you took along for the dive :?:


Can't remember exactly, but it was probably my Squale 1545 (don't tell conj!)

Re: Gruner see, 2013

PostPosted: September 24th 2014, 1:14pm
by Jamesbee
divemachine wrote:By the way, if I may ask, what camera did you guys use? Because those are fantastic shots you got there.


It was a 2nd generation Gopro I think, far, far inferior to the 3rd generation+ I currently have. Gopro have really gotten serious in the past year or so.