Since I started taking pictures I noticed that once in a while a magical moment can come together, a moment where everything is just right: the team, the location, the light, the animals, their behavior, the interactions...Maybe some of you had similar experiences? It's been a long time since it had happened for me but looks like the curse has come to an end, well at least for 90min, during the last session. In the next days I'll post more images of an amazing time we had in the bahamian waters, enjoy!
Have you been to the Florida Keys yet? The cold winter has us missing our trip down south. Our dear friends @umdozer and @amy19rose introduced us to this national wildlife protected area for snorkeling and you bet it was one of the best spots we have ever been to! The sea life was abundant with nurse sharks, schools of various fishes, and even barracudas! There are several places along the drive down to rent boats too! #floridakeys#snorkeling#travelphotography#travelblogger
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Jour 7 - Aujourd'hui, Priscillia s'est levée avec un mal de gorge mais après un traitement de choc la journée a pu démarrer ! Nous sommes allés au Marine Sanctuary de Tubod. C'est une plage de sable fin de 800m de long bordée de palmiers et où l'on peut faire du snorkeling. La première plage paradisiaque de notre voyage finalement et nous ne sommes pas déçus, c'est très beau ! Nous enfilons nos fameux masques de Decathlon que nous sommes super contents d'avoir apporté car ils sont vraiment top. Le fond marin est beau, nous croisons de nombreux poissons de couleurs différentes. Il y a même un "Coquelicot" rouge, une étoile de mer bleue et même Némo! 😄 L'eau est tellement bonne, nous y restons des heures!
C'est bon les vacances !
Trust that I am one of those silhouettes captured with a @gopro from a diver in our group. Silfra is a fissure between the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates & the only place you can snorkel or dive between continents. The visibility is some of the best in the world and the water is between 2-4 C which despite wearing a dry suit is freezing on your face and hands. The elastics to stop water from getting in my gloves was a nice attempt but I couldn’t feel them when I got out! ❄️🌊 #coldasice
❰ WHALE SHARKS ❱ Did you know that Whale Sharks are the largest fish on the planet! They are actually no way related to whales! #wearepangaea.
📷 // @samyonthego // Ten percent of the big fish still remain. There are still some blue whales. There are still some krill in Antarctica. There are a few oysters in Chesapeake Bay. Half the coral reefs are still in pretty good shape, a jeweled belt around the middle of the planet. There's still time, but not a lot, to turn things around 🐋 ⠀⠀⠀⠀
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