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Underwater Photo Location: Morrison's Quarry, Wakefield, Quebec

Underwater Photo Location: Morrison's Quarry, Wakefield, Quebec

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A popular dive training site for eastern Ontario and western Quebec. Rock quarry with little sediment to affect visibility. Winter visibility (horizontally) of 50 to 75 feet is common. Summer visibility less in the shallows due to run-off or new divers. Used extensively during the winter months by technical dive community to maintain skills. Items (plane, tug, etc.) placed in the quarry to aid diver training and serve as photo subjects. Drysuit recommended below 60 feet, maximum depth 125 feet. Very good parking, access and facilities. A daily fee is charged.
Facts about Morrison's Quarry, Wakefield, Quebec
  • It is in Canada
  • The typical depth is 0-40 Metres 0-130 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
Dive types
wallnightdrysuitfreshwaterice


Diving facilities
friendly


by Michael Grebler
Diver with camera at the ice entry hole in Morrison's quarry Quebec, Canada. Nikonos V, Sea & Sea 12mm lens and Kodak 400 asa film, manual exposure. Cropped for subject. A pleasant day under the ice.

by Jean-Louis Courteau
Following the only pike in Morrison's quarry, Quebec. Before someone killed it, that is...

by Chantelle Blanchard
Taken at Morrison's Quarry - Quebec, Canada. Nearing the exit on an ice dive.

by Jean-Louis Courteau
Turtle in the Sky

by Chantelle Blanchard
Taking shots of free divers under the ice. I did not have any directions for them, but would try to position myself in different places, to get some interesting shots. This was one of my favourites.
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