Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Yasawa: Snorkel

Our last snorkel of the trip. We decided to sneak one more in before taking off! It was the calmest we had seen it, just glassy and smooth. The first picture is of a little picasso trigger fish. We always saw some of these on our way out, before we even got to the table coral, but they seem to know when a camera is around. This is the best shot we got.

Then we came across this angelfish, I think it's a semicircle angelfish but I'm not at all sure. It was very shy and I only got a few glimpses, and this was the best picture. It was beautiful! Then this coral had something going on with the tips. I guess the polyps were out? I don't know. You can see how nicely the chromis damselfish blend in, in this picture, most of the blue spots are tips, but some are fish! Then an anemone with its two orangefin anemone fish. The anemone is in the bottom left area of the picture. We saw tons of other stuff, it's really a beautiful place to do some snorkeling.

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