Pollution en plongée : Hélène Adam avec un sac plastique sous l'eau

Summer dive

Recently I had the chance to make a summer dive into a marine park. Around a wonderful island in the Caribbean Sea. This kind of beautiful island all clean where life is good.

Without going out the usual features, I can assure you that the sky was blue, the sun was shining, the water was clear (and warm) and there was an incredible amount of wildlife. Nice summer dive

Of course, the dives were all more beautiful than the others and I felt far from any problems in my little paradise at the end of the world. I love summer dive.
During each summer dive, nature’s beauty enveloped me. The azure sky mirrored in crystal-clear waters. Sunlight danced on the ocean’s surface, illuminating vibrant marine life. Summer dive felt like blissful escapes. Surrounded by nature’s wonders, I felt a world away from worries. Each dive revealed new marvels, a testament to the ocean’s richness. With each descent, I immersed myself deeper into my own little paradise. Summer diving became my sanctuary, a place of solace and joy. As I explored the underwater realm, I left behind the chaos of the world above. In those moments, time seemed to stand still, allowing me to savor every breathtaking encounter. Summer dives were not just adventures; they were moments of pure enchantment. And amidst the beauty of the underwater world, I found peace.

At the end of the dive,

While the dive guide had brought us back to the boat and left us in the area. I give my camera to my buddy and just “feel” the well-being of being right there in harmony with this underwater world that I love so much.

Suddenly my eye is attracted by a glowing jellyfish that evolves there a few meters from me. Just fifty centimeters below the surface.

Instinctively, I approach it and with horror I see that it’s a white plastic bag. Crossing the sunbeams and the handles down, gave me the impression of a jellyfish.

I got screwed, like a turtle during this summer dive!

Except that I have not eaten it, except that my stomach is not compressed by piles of corks and other garbage, except that I am partly responsible for this disaster affecting our oceans!

When will we stop polluting the seas, the oceans and all the ecosystems around us?

I’m so surprised that in 2018 people still throw their cigarette butts out of the windows of their cars, throw their plastic waste to the sea, …

Because I dream of dives where I never have to see it again. And rather than be discouraged. I decided to act and make a commitment, at each of my summer dives I will bring back a minimum of 1 waste out of the water !
I already took out of the water during my dives plastic bags, cans, caps, sunglasses. And even a disc of grinder!

Dreaming of pristine dives, I vowed to make a change. With each summer dive, I’ll collect at least one waste item. Plastic bags, cans, and even a grinder disc have been retrieved. My commitment grows stronger with each dive. Cleaning up the ocean becomes a personal mission. Summer dives transform into opportunities for conservation. Each waste removed is a step towards cleaner oceans. It’s a small gesture with significant impact. Every piece of trash removed makes a difference. With determination, I dive into action. My dives are not just about exploration but also preservation. Together, we can protect our underwater world.

Let’s start this action all together !
A kind of great marine cleaning all around the world?

And above all, do not forget to be happy

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