Anespides.net

Welcome to my web site: "Anaspides"

 

Last update: 15 October 2013

 

LATEST NEWS (15 October 2013)

 

 

This web site primarily is constructed to provide a platform to share my various interests: SCUBA diving, collecting military artifacts, geology, paleontology, and flight simulation.

It's also to be used as a platform to document and publish the quality and usability of SCUBA diving operators that I have utilised during my travels. I hope will be beneficial to traveling divers and underwater photographers.

I am not a professional web designer and find it mind numbingly boring to read about html and css. So, please excuse any lack of web design, web etiquette or poorly arranged composition. This web site is a fun project and a way in which to share my interests with other like-minded individuals.

I'd much rather be outdoors pursuing photography, diving, hiking and searching for fossils than designing web pages.

To help you know when something is new to the site, or to a particular page, I will list updates and what they are in the Latest News page.

I hope you find the site educational as well as enjoyable.

Thanks for stopping by.

 

 

So where do I currently call home

The photograph above left was taken in winter near the main centre of Hobart. Mount Wellington is in the background. In winter it can snow to 500 meters above sea level, but snow at sea level is uncommon, however, wind is very prevalent as Tasmania lies below 40 Degrees Latitude South and is located in the "Roaring Forties".

Hobart is currently where I reside and is the capital of Tasmania, sixth state of Australia (the other two "states" are actually territories). If you cannot find Tasmania on the map, look towards the bottom of Australia. The next island southerly landmass is Macquarie Island and Antarctica.