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OK, it is another "Wanda's Weird Wacky Wednesday". Of course we did something just a bit different. Wanda is PADI certified diver. She is very well versed in reef ecology and biology. She is also my favorite dive buddy.

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Wm. Bates03-Apr-2014 15:26

You will LOVE Clive's novels. I like to read them over and over again in chronological order. Although Clive is pretty good about referring back to previous novels so that you still get a sense of the story line and history of the characters. Dirk Pitt is MY fantasy man. (dreamy eyed look)

John S. Nasche03-Apr-2014 14:53
Don't slap the back of my head Wanda, but I have to admit, even though I am a VORATIOUS reader, (averaging about 1 & 1/2 books a week,) I have never heard of Clive Cussler or Dirk Pitt before. Since this is about the third or fourth reference to them while reading the Pad comments over the last few weeks, I guess I'll just have to see if there are any of them to download for my Kindle Collection and give him a try.
Wm. Bates19-Mar-2005 16:38
The truth about this image is that we were curious to see how many "Dirk Pitt" fans would notice the "NUMA" hat and the *special edition* Doxa dive watch. Clive, if you see this image, know that you are My favorite author!

Wm. Bates20-Aug-2004 05:04
Isleman, I agree that Tom Selleck would have made a good Dirk Pitt. Sahara filming is done and in post production due for a spring 2005 release. I'm not sure that I can really get use to Matthew McConaughey as Dirk Pitt.
isleman20-Aug-2004 04:40
"Inca Gold" to "Sahara" they are all a "Treasure". Always thought Dirk Pitt should have been played by Tom Selleck. A huge fan here also. Guess that makes you Loren Smith.
James Lundy20-Aug-2004 00:52
I happen to like Weird Wanda Wed. And I am sure this image was far more technical than anyone has suggested thus far. I am sure finding a balance between flesh tones and neon plastic and a shiney watch and a shimmering reflective surface in the background (the pool) was not that easy to get.

Nice one you two.
Wanda 20-Aug-2004 00:28
This picture was done as a tribute to My favorite author, Clive Cussler. Thanks to Clive for creating "Dirk Pitt", MY hero! (grin)
Guest 19-Aug-2004 22:53
Those wide-open eyes caught me right away. Nice clarity.
Wm. Bates19-Aug-2004 20:22
We don't
Bobby Johnson19-Aug-2004 17:36
Geez, guys ... is there anything you *DON'T* do? LOL!
Kenneth Zimmerman19-Aug-2004 13:53
This is probaly the first shot of Wanda where her eyes are not that stunning blue she is so famous for!
Gary Blanchette19-Aug-2004 13:41
I really like the colors in this photo Bill...
Guest 19-Aug-2004 13:03
Honestly, I don't like the wired Wanda, kind of scaring...I like the sexy and pretty one.
Bill Schoeneman19-Aug-2004 10:29
I so look forward to seeing your photos even the wierd ones
Guest 19-Aug-2004 05:28
nice shot!
Guest 19-Aug-2004 04:04
83% odd? 100% FUN!! Wanda, those goggles are SOOOO cool, wouldn't it be amazing it they lit up at night??
Guest 19-Aug-2004 03:53
wow even though this is very goofy... it's also very provocative in it's own way, Wanda's eyes and mouth have a certain sensuality.... Maybe it's just me
Cheryl Hawkins19-Aug-2004 03:49
It's Wednesday, Wanda's day to pick a pose! A fun shot and your eyes are awesome even behind the mask.
Guest 19-Aug-2004 03:40

Bill, I gotta say...

This is weird.

Same Wanda, same Bill, but like 83% more odd.