#&*@#$"&*$ Tropical Storm Barry! The tropical depression and eventually tropical storm Barry really made a mess of our diving. The clarity of the water was not what I was expecting. But at least we did get to dive ! !
School was closed and these kids were having a big time letting the waves wash them of the break wall
This guy was such a JERK - Was trying to take pictures and was not paying attention to his bouncy.
Yes a different Diver being a JERK - who is certifying these people!!!!!!
Sue doing yoga before the next dive
No that is not a river. That is the road!
Even at 80', the visibility still sucked!
AGAIN with the fins on the coral. If I had a spear gun this guy would be fish food!
Ah - the very rare and beautiful Sue Fish
Friday AM - heading to the dive boat
Edge of the "cave" with some stalactites (depth 138')
Setting up for the landing
Watching the storm roll in
Sue descending on the first dive of the day. The site was called "Playground"
He nearly broke this tube sponge.
On our way to the Blue Hole!
Sue at 135 feet
It's Tuesday and we finally got to dive. Dive site was called Esmerelda. The boat ride, we ran thru 6 - 8 ft seas. We then dropped in on a group of nurse sharks
Visibility was only a little better than Tuesday
Mr. Lobster trying to hide - he knows that lobster season just opened!
First sunset from the pool bar
The storm has reduced the visibility
Ended up turning the flash off so it would not reflect on the particles suspended in the water.