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This is an amazing page and photos and I'm wondering is that you?   My screen is small so I can't read your journaling but it looks like a scary dive!  You background and title is amazing and I really like your blending and the border you added, this is really great!

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Great photos, but no no no....I will NEVER do this!!  This is such a creative layout, Amy!  I really like how you created the background with the photo and text.  So very well done!

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23 hours ago, MariJ said:

This is an amazing page and photos and I'm wondering is that you?   My screen is small so I can't read your journaling but it looks like a scary dive!  You background and title is amazing and I really like your blending and the border you added, this is really great!

@MariJ This IS me!! It was so bitter cold but so much fun!

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9 hours ago, mimes1 said:

@MariJ This IS me!! It was so bitter cold but so much fun!

I thought so but wanted to be sure, it's amazing and I wished I could read the journaling!   Your photos and you are amazing, Amy and your page is so cool.   WOW!!!   :winter_brr: 💜

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10 hours ago, MariJ said:

I thought so but wanted to be sure, it's amazing and I wished I could read the journaling!   Your photos and you are amazing, Amy and your page is so cool.   WOW!!!   :winter_brr: 💜

@MariJ Here's the journaling. I need to remember to post it above when I post the layout.   

"When we traveled to South Africa to work with the Penquins, we took a couple of days off to travel to Gansbai. Shark diving there was big for eco-tourism, with the hopes of seeing Great White Sharks.  I was so excited for the experience! This was in fall of 2017, and at the time it was a mystery that the Great White numbers were down. It has since been discovered that the Orca’s have come into this area of the South Atlantic Ocean and have been killing or displacing the Great White Sharks. It has been interesting to follow that story over the years and see how nature evolves and how the success or failure of every species impacts everything else. On this trip we saw Bronze Whaler Sharks.  They were plenty big enough! The water was bitter cold but the experience was amazing to be in the ocean looking at wildlife half a world away from home."

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@mimes1 THANKS so much for typing this out,  Amy!   It's so interesting to read about what you did and I like learning about the sharks too.   It sounds like a once-in-a-lifetime experience and really exciting!  You wrote this so well, I can feel how awesome and amazing it was all these years later!   Thanks so much again...  🦈  

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