More dive pictures!

Part 2

We had a total of 7 dives during this trip, three in Pescador Island, so you won’t see seven different sets of pictures.  But here is more…

Turtle Bay Resort House Reef, Moalboal, Cebu

I was so excited to spot this turtle I wanted to scream!  We only saw one turtle on this dive but it made the whole trip worth it!

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It really was gorgeous!

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A Frogfish!  Can you see it?  Right in the middle of the coral, the white body laying there.  So easy to miss!

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Karl posing next to one of the coral fans.

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So pretty!

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This whole time I’m thinking those balls were eggs, only to be told that they’re “bubble coral” (I doubt that’s the scientific name for it, so feel free to correct me).

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A whole different world out there…

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I love all the little sea slugs!

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More bubble coral!

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Pretty blue fish…

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Another pretty, but solitary fish.

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Ok, so I have no idea what the green thing is.

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More cute sea slugs!

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A sea cucumber!  (The size doesn’t translate well in pictures but it was around 1.5 feet long.)

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Lionfish!

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Forgot what type of fish!  (I really need to buy a book…)

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Starfish!  (It would not be fun to step on one of those…)

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Part 3 to follow…

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5 Comments

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5 responses to “More dive pictures!

  1. The turtle is so so cool! I love how he’s actually a few different colors!

  2. What an incredible experienceI I love your camera! Thanks so much for sharing. The turtle picture is my favorite, too. So glad you had a good trip.

  3. Pingback: Turtle Bay Resort Review, Moalboal, Cebu | I Run, You Run

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