And there were seals:
Pardon the legs, but seals always attract people. And to preserve their privacy, no faces are allowed....Of course, I missed the photo op on our walk when the seals both woke up and moved their heads..and flippers. I think the sand was itchy to the seal on the left.
And a Banded Coral Shrimp sat still for my camera. I am amazed! Normally I think such an animal would hightail it for safety within the rocky coral.
I love that the rainbow colors were on its antennae.
which is def the case with the snowflake eels..I do see them quite often. They always look up at me longingly...longing for me to move along!
And the whitemouth moray is called that for obvious reasons:
There were plenty of Rock Mover Wrasses. These two caught my eye as they whirled around, looking for food:
I am a big fan of this cropping photos. When they're smaller, they def upload more quickly. It's a plus to write and upload before snorkel fatigue sets in...
There were plenty of trunk fish, but no pix that really stood out. So here's a lizard fish for Alex:
Of course, I just got the camera turned on AFTER he yawned. Oy vey.
I will finish with clouds and God's rays:
This cloud really snagged my attention. It was just such an odd shape. It's a very busy cloud, too...lots going on. And if you need something else to search for on the i-net, look for lenticular clouds. VERY cool!
Oops I almost for got the cool red flowers on the tree near the church we got married in...almost 19 years ago.
I do have an incredible good fortune, to live in Hawaii.
I'll give you an update tomorrow, should I snorkel again after church. Today I got cold, even with a wetsuit on, after 2.5 hours in the water....go figure.