Weekly Photo Challenge – Nighttime

Sleeping on the Reef

Sleeping on the Reef

Another shot from Belize, here’s a sleeping Hawksbill Turtle that we found lying on the sand under a large shelf in the reef. It wasn’t exactly nighttime, but was getting dark around 5:30 in the evening. This lovely creature let me get very close to it and take several portraits. They can hold their breath for long periods of time underwater and it seemed quite content catching a snooze!

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Under the Sea

Hawksbill Turtle

Hawksbill Turtle

Hi Everyone,

I’ve been absent from the Blogosphere for a couple of weeks while living aboard the Sundancer II and cruising the outer atolls of Belize. After 32 amazing dives with our fabulous crew and fellow divers, I came home with lots of pics to share. I thought I would entice you with just one shot today of a gorgeous hawksbill turtle who happened to swim by. I look forward to catching up with your blogs and hope that your September has been a good one. More to come!

Cathy

Weekly Photo Challenge – Adventure

Spotted Moray Eel

Spotted Moray Eel

If you’ve followed this blog for a while, you probably know about my scuba diving and underwater photography habit. You might also suspect that I’d pick an underwater shot for my interpretation of “Adventure.” Well, while I don’t alway behave in a predictable manner, this time I’m going with the obvious. Here’s a shot I took last December of a spotted moray eel in Bonaire. To me, it’s quite the adventure to be able to get up close and personal with these magnificent animals.

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