Sunday, July 27, 2008

Photos from the Fredriksted, St. Croix, Pier

Here's a Trumpet Fish trying to hide a under some Rope Sponges.
My dive buddy Jan, pointing at a lobster. You can see his whisker- antenna, up on the piling. Lobsters try to find hiding places during the day, but you can often spot their antennae out feeling the currents. When you come closer, they start waving their antennae back and forth.
This is scenery under the Fredriksted Pier. The pilings are five feet in diameter, a little less than two meters. Depth is from twelve feet, four meters, to 93 feet, 60 meters, very roughly.

We found a seahorse, an octopus, and lots of other critters, a fun dive.

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