Scuba diving with wet bikes. on transport; albeit both are no longer moving. Transport
SS Thistlegorm stopped transporting war transportation on 6 October, 1941.
She now rests near Ras Muhammad in the Red Sea and is a brilliant site for
The greenest grass I have ever seen is actually underwater. So much for salt being a destroyer of grass.
I was so gobsmacked at this beautiful, green patch, in the middle of nowhere, I actually removed my glove and ran my bare hand across it. Incredibly soft.
Scuba Diving Rambles sends one yellow duck and a yellow Sea & Sea MX10 scuba diving underwater camera for the Photographic Word A Week Entry.
Yes, I see the
parrot in . Totally. The large, powerful beak. The striking, beautiful, bold colours. The pecking as it consumes. It even has wings… well, sorta. parrotfish
The resemblance is so ditto I actually tried having a conversation with one while
. Although it never replied to my “Hello Pretty-Polly!” greeting underwater. Or my “So, you’re obviously not polyunsaturated, are you?” scuba diving in the Maldives
Phew, definitely need to check the air mixture in my
scuba diving cylinder after this dive.
A feather star stretches out a feathery fan and gathers what it can filter from the ocean current. Microscopic morsels caught in its soft linear webs. . Open lines for feeding time underwater
Arms curl inward and transport the prey to an open, waiting mouth. Free-swimming and stalkless they prowl the muddy ocean floors.
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– Castle Rocks, False Bay Dive Map
Castle Rocks dive site. The Big Daddy on the False Bay side in the beautiful, but a tad on the nippy side, scuba diving waters of Cape Town, South Africa.
of scuba diving sites take a look at my dive maps . dive map page
Juvenile geometric moray eel
Scuba divers coming. Ready or not. You can slither away; but we’ll find you.
Well, if you didn’t open your mouth to take a gulp of sea water for oxygen I would’ve completely missed you while scuba diving.