Category Archives: Twenty thousand leagues under the sea

Friday night turtle II

Photo taken by the husband in Marsa Fukeri (Egypt) earlier this year. Notice the remora latched onto her back. We repeatedly watched turtles trying to scrape off their somewhat cumbersome passengers but these guys are usually back in place within … Continue reading

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Sunday dugong

Sorry about the long silence — caused by a variety of factors, first and foremost by the demise of my old computer and, consequently, my having to get used to a new one, which included a new operating system that … Continue reading

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Friday night turtle

The husband and I got back from an amazing vacation last night. Stay tuned for more pictures.

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Sunday night starfish

Just because …Photo taken by yours truly in the Indo-Pacific last November.

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Barracudas

So here is what I did on my fall vacation. Need I say that it was amazing?

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Vorfreude

All day today, I’ve been full of happy anticipation. There’s no real reason for it that I can think of — and as it’s 8:30 p.m. by now, the only good things I can see in my immediate future are … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Merge

The Husband and I have taken to diving in a freshwater lake about an hour’s drive from our house. The lake in question used to be an open-pit coal mine, which was flooded when the coal ran out. At first, … Continue reading

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