Hi Guys, I still have to put all bits and pieces together as I do have a lot of footage to edit, however I do have a short video I made to far and some pictures to share with you of our (first in the sea) diving experience in Florida - Key Largo near Miami, in particular we dove at John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park which is the first (and only as far as told) underwater park in the US. If you are planning a trip to the US I can definitely suggest this as destination, there are a tons of wrecks (we did only one) and the reef is beautiful with a large variety of fish. It is not exactly cheap, compared to other destinations the cost per dive is quite steep, however the dive locations are all at least 20 minutes boat away from shore. The team was great and sent the boat out in two occasions even if there were only me and my girlfriend diving, so a boat only for us! Current was weak, visibility over two days was good, temperature at 12 mt around 32 degrees (in October!!!). Short video (there are many fish, rays, eagle rays, turtles that will be added to the final version, damn editing) Benwood Wreck Sea Turtle on the bridge of the Benwood (she was scratching her head against that thing ) The winch from the Slobadana sank on Molasses Reef in 1887 Black Fins Shark...this is not a picture but a frame from the video, it was a beautiful sight (happy not to see one again in my life though lol) all other fish start swimming around him like if he was a royalty (despite the dead black eyes) he did not pay attention to us whatsoever.