Thursday, November 20, 2008

Under the sea

Here are some photos the manfriend took the first day of diving in St. Thomas.

People on Coki Beach getting ready to do snuba. Snuba is basically snorkeling, but you are hooked up to a long hose that is hooked up to air. So you can breathe underwater, no snorkel required.
I have never done it. But I do wonder how they keep all those hoses from becoming one giant knot underwater.


Me on the first dive. Notice the empty camera housing. After the first one I got leaked, I wanted to test this one without the camera. Just in case. This one worked out just fine.

This is Peter of Coki Beach Dive Club between dives. The first day was just me and MF on the boat with Peter and another divemaster, Derek.

This was the turtle on the first dive. Since I had no camera, I was glad MF got a shot. The turtle did not stick around long.


Mmmmm... lobster. I think I had his cousin for dinner a few nights later.


A school of small blue tang passing through. I like these shots a lot.


Some of that crazy, pretty, textural pattern that I dig.


A beautiful pair of angel fish. I didn't see a lot of these, so I am really glad MF got such a good photo of them.

I hope you all don't get sick of these types of pictures. I have a lot more!

1 comment:

ReesePie said...

I'm certainly not sick of them! I'm so glad you took up scuba! :)