Little Cayman Island: Better Photos from the Deep

My diving buddies, Little Cayman—Caroline Helbig

My diving buddies, Little Cayman—Caroline Helbig

The images on my first Little Cayman Island post (and the one on the left) are from my inaugural attempt at underwater photography. Tom, a fellow diver and serious photographer was kind enough to lend me his back-up camera for a few dives. I had fun playing around with it and managed to salvage a handful of photos out of the hundreds I shot—only my mother was impressed! I’m not so much embarrassed about the photos in my first post as I am disappointed that they don’t do justice to the awesome diving in Little Cayman.  As if on cue, I just received some great photos from LouAnn and Jay—a lovely couple and avid divers who have been to Little Cayman many times. Check out their wonderful photos taken at Bloody Bay Marine Park. Aren’t the eagle rays amazing! I will never get tired of seeing these graceful creatures. Keep reading, you’ll see them, and I promise no more silly family shots.

 

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Eagle Rays at Bloody Bay Marine Park, Little Cayman Island—Jay Tabor

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Turtle cruising along Bloody Bay Wall, Little Cayman—Jay Tabor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Indigo Hamlet, Bloody Bay Marine Park Little Cayman Island—Jay Tabor

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Flounder, Bloody Bay Marine Park Little Cayman—Jay Tabor

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Yellow Ray, Bloody Bay Marine Park Little Cayman—Jay Tabor

 

 

 

 

 

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