Another post with photos from our day with Joy. I gave Joy my snorkeling stuff and sent her off with the scientist (Amoeba) to hunt for exciting sea life, while I played with the boring stuff in the shallows. I have no idea what Amoeba was showing Joy in this photo, but I know it was neither boring nor slimy. Had it been she wouldn’t be so close!
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Now, when I said I got the boring stuff, one has to remember that boring is relative.
Some things were easy to see.
Somethings were not so easy to see.
These lovely zebra striped angel fish and dozens of little schools of tiny, almost see through, silvery fish darted everywhere.
I don’t know the name of these little fish. They were the most plentiful and easily noticeable denizens of the inner tidal pools, darting this way and that so quickly that I took dozens of photos of them but only a few came out.
When no fish could be found, there were other things to focus the camera on.
This flashy, colorful sea creature followed me every where I went.
Quite often it annoyed me by scaring off creatures I hoped to photograph.