Roatan 05

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Diving in Roatan , Honduras

While in Roatan, we decided to learn how to scuba dive and we ended up getting open water certified.
I had purchased a waterproof bag to put my digital camera in. It was not the ideal underwater photo equipment,
but it sort of worked, most of the time. Below are a few pictures taken around the reefs on the north side of Roatan


Brain coral


I think these are different versions of the same fish (Blue Tang - a surgeonfish)


A school of yellowish fish, probably French Grunts. Individuals of this species would sometimes follow us around


Coral


A Sergeant Major and others

Angelfish


French Grunts

Stoplight Parrotfish
Stoplight Parrotfish

 


This cute guy (Damselfish) was guarding his conch shell.
This guarding behavior I would learn is a characteristic of damselfish across the globe.

A wonderful Peacock flounder
A wonderful Peacock flounder

Schools of these small fish were near the piers


Jessica and I at about 60 feet.
The waterproof bag was getting squashed so much from the pressure that it distorted the pictures.

trumpet fish
A trumpet fish

Coral
Coral

Other Dive Pages : Roatan - St Croix - BC - Key Largo - Bonaire - Anacapa Island - Isle of Shoals
 

We went back to dive on Roatan 200 dives & 5 years later in 2010 - Check out the difference!

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