|"One fine day (it was the rest day in the photography session) our yacht dropped anchor in the bay of a tiny island, or rather speaking lonesome rock near Gurzuf. Formerly, about 70 years ago, there was an expensive restaurant here, but it has been destroyed by the earthquake. Later sea gulls and cormorants found the shelter here. We went ashore and wandered off across the island. Dmitry, diving fanatic, put on his diving suit and was preparing for the submersion. I asked him in jest: "Come on, get an amphora from the seabed!" Dmitry waved his hand to us and submerged. In 30 minutes he emerged, his hands holding the the piece of an ancient amphora, covered with seaweed and shells. We were impressed."