A lone snapper in the blue
Some colorful coral, with a small school of grunts swimming nearby
A sea turtle
There I am, hanging out on the bottom of the sea!
As you can see, color is a problem with underwater photography. Very quickly, you lose everything except blue...
A spotted Moray eel peeks out for a look.
A spotted eagle ray soars accross the reef.
The beautiful coral at Turneffe Elbow.
Tarpon, which can be found at the reef only on the spring.
A big old loggerhead turtle.
This was a nice opportunity to take advantage of the light for some decent colors. This is what it really looks like down there.
A crab hides in a conch shell (I'm guessing he evicted, or consumed, the conch a while ago!)
A shark patrols the area.
Another spectacular loggerhead.
This one let me get CLOSE!
Away he goes.
I wish I could eat this one!
Pet shark! This was taken at one of my favorite all-around sive sites, near the island of Ambergris Caye, Belize.
Another pet shark in Belize.
The Grandaddy of all fish, a 35-foot whale shark! We saw these guys at Gladden Spit, a site off the coast of Placencia, Belize.
That's me, with a whale shark.
Julie and I, hanging out where we love to hang out!