William B. Tomanek

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Underwater Pictures For Sale

by on Feb.21, 2011, under Buy Art Give Art, Charlottesville Virginia, CoCo View resort, SCUBA Diving, Tomanek Collection, William B Tomanek Travels

The purple spong

The underwater pictures for sale web site was launched a little over a month ago. It really seams to me, that no one is interested in “Life Below Sea Level”.  This assortment of pictures has several species of corals and sponges that do LIVE below sea level. I have just recently started to ad fish.

This collection was put together to share with others what I have personally see with my own two eyes. A life in the underwater animal kingdom. A life trying to grow and survive. A life that may be there today, but gone tomorrow. A life underwater that is disrupted by weather changes, just like on land.

You can see from these pictures how scattered life is below sea level.

Please visit www.UnderWaterPicturesForSale.com and take home a piece of life is is slowly dying away.

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Pictures For Sale

by on Jan.10, 2010, under Other items, Tomanek Collection

Pictures for sale by William B Tomanek

Pictures for sale by William B Tomanek

Want to buy an Under Water picture for your hallway or a nice set for your office? Finally my site is up for selling pictures. This was no fun task, and it was costly.

The site can be accessed by going to www.TomanekCollection.com and selecting the proper link. I hope the info is correct, this should be fun.

If you have any questions about special orders, give me a call.

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Lake Monticello Water Rescue

by on Jan.18, 2009, under Other items

1This weekend has been an eventful one starting on Sat morning. Receive a call from John S (CAARS Diver) asking if I wanted to do some lunchtime diving at the lake with Steve. Get wet and get cold, stay dry and get cold or stay home. The smart decision would be stay home. The FUN decision would be get wet and get cold.  I decided on stay dry and get cold. So we all met up at beach 2 where we tried to break the ice with much difficulty. Steve and John dove while Will and Tom performed tender duties on shore.


4Now come Sunday training has been planned to conduct another ice dive session. This time the dive would take place at the fishing pond and be a team building exercise. We had a great turn out and 5 divers that dove, while some members performed tender support and other members trained on pulling a victim out of a hole in the ice.

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