Last week I went to Galicia, Northwest Spain, to teach an underwater photography course. The conditions of the sea were perfect, flat calm, which is not common in this part of the world. Weather was sunny, but cold and water temperature was only 13 C. which made the surface interval between dives very cold. However underwater I was pleased to see the amount of nudibranches and other colorful invertebrates that made good subjects for the student photographers.
The lessons started on Friday with a 2 hours lectures. On Saturday we dived in the morning and had a 6 hours lecture in the afternoon. On Sunday the schedule was similar. More information about these courses in http://www.cursosfotosub.com