Sunday, August 2, 2009
The afternoon found the group back in the water for a snorkel/dive. The highlight was a green sea turtle busily munching on a large sponge. After it was finished, it gently swam away in a flurry of camera flashes. We saw queen angelfish with their characteristic "crown" marking their heads. The indigo hamlet showed off its bright blue coloration. The little whitenose pipefish, no larger than a twig, is the cousin of a seahorse. It was a great day enjoying the wonders of the sea.
(Photos: Helen Domske)