Stop and smell the roses, I mean ‘Coral’

It’s a good feeling when friends and customers share with us their experiences on a dive trip.  Shared photos bring back those good feelings.  They also remind us of what we saw and also tell others what they may have missed.  Many of us just drift along our reefs catching glimpses of tropical fish , maybe a lobster tucked under a ledge or even a Hawksbill turtle snacking on a sponge. But  how many of us take the time to observe activity in one area?   When was the last time you took a good look around?  How often do you stop to smell the ‘coral’?

Our friend Jim Cocci took a little time last Thursday  to smell the ‘coral’ and here is what he found:

Banded Butterfly Fish

Banded Butterfly Fish

Gorgonians and Sponges

Gorgonians and Sponges

Juvenile Blue Tang and Harlequin Bass

Juvenile Blue Tang and Harlequin Bass

Stonefish

Stonefish

Spotted Butterfly fish

Spotfin Butterfly Fishes

Arrow Crab

Arrow Crab

So come along, plunge into the ocean blue and float around with us for awhile.

Drift along with us and take time to smell the ‘coral’.

 


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