Saturday, February 9, 2013

Snorkeling at Looe Key National Marine Sanctuary

Tina and I practiced snorkeling off the seawall at the campground before scheduling a tour to the reefs.
The Spiny Lobster that live along the seawall are protected.
 There are a few fish, but nothing spectacular, so when Nan said she'd found a tour to the reef, we were ready.
Our tour boat went out from Bahia Honda State Park.
Here's Nan getting in the water.
 And here's the world under the water.

 Huge grouper (about 6 feet long) under the boat.
 Some scuba divers
 Lots of colorful corals and fish.

 Tina taking a picture.





 Small barracuda.


More from our time in the Keys next time.

2 comments:

  1. Very nice Liz. You got some great underwater shots.

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  2. What beautiful colors they wear.

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