The things you find

Journeys With Johnbo Cell Pic Sunday

You know me, always ready for a photo challenge. Thanks to Cee who found this one and of course I also have to join in.

AS always, I am frequenting second hand shops and Op-shops (Thrift or Charity shops for the OS readers) as you never know what you may encounter. One day a while ago strolling about a second hand shop I noticed something hanging from the ceiling. It was huge and shiny and was something that you never see, so out with the phone and a photo that had to be taken. I am sure Graham from Grahams Island Blog in Hawaii would appreciate this photo.

Here is one of my favourite songs to have a listen too while contemplating what the divers had to go though way back when.

14 thoughts on “The things you find

  1. That’s great. Definitely need a rope to haul that weight back up. Was it for sale? I’ve never actually done any diving, scuba or otherwise. I don’t think I have the patience for checking all the gear before getting in though I’m tempted by the payoff of seeing things I’ll never see snorkeling.

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    1. I don’t think it was. It was an attention catcher I reckon as it didn’t have a price. I agree with the checking and stuff to dive although to go in a mini sub would be great 🙂

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  2. Cool diving helmet… old school. It reminded me of a meme I saw shortly after Covid hit the cruise ships last year. It was a photo of a man wearing a diving suit with that large metal helmet tucked under his arm. The caption was something to the effect of… “Here’s a photo of my new cruise ship formal wear.”

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