Let's Go Diving

Whether you are an experienced diver, or a diver doing their very first dives as an intro, I try my best to show you a great dive site.  Recently one of the visitors in our vacation rental unit wanted to try diving.  We went to one of my favorite local spots.  My wife, Pat, tagged along to try out her new digital camera, and these are a few of the pictures she took that day...

Crown of thorns starfish

White mouth moray eel

Barred filefish

Black sided hawk

Raccoon butterfly fish

Arc eye hawk

Ornate butterfly

Pinktail trigger

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The reefs we dive are teeming with fish and other critters, sometimes we get a pleasant surprise.....

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Ok, so the little guy in the sand in the above picture isn't an everyday sight, but we were lucky enough to see him that day.


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