cayman islands

Sorry I have been slacking uploading photos!

I didn’t take this one, obviously because I am in it! Me in my zone, diving in Grand Cayman. Sometimes, I just like to hover and enjoy the view.

Haunting image of diver kneeling beneath a sunken Russian Destroyer, in the Cayman Islands.

Photo is by David Doubilet, “One of the world’s most celebrated underwater photographers and a contributing photographer for National Geographic Magazine where he has published nearly 70 stories since his first assignment in 1971.”

Great Barracuda in Grand Cayman.

I think I took this with my GoPro, so my colours aren’t great. Not that these ambush predators are that colourful, wouldn’t want their prey to notice them in the blue before they attack!

Born of Native American, Irish and African descent[2] to a Jamaican father and a Caymanian mother[4] in George Town, Grand Cayman,[2] Ebanks was raised in a large family that included seven brothers. Her family, her mother in particular, encouraged her development through extracurricular programs. She moved to the United States and settled on Staten Island.

She was accepted by Columbia University and New York University, but instead chose to pursue modeling.[3] In 2000,[5] at the age of 17,[3] while walking through the turnstiles at Six Flags Great Adventure, Ebanks was scouted by an agent from Elite Model Management.

via wikipedia

One of the best parts of diving is discovering the little things.

Secretary Blennies always give me such joy and make such cute spunky models. And there was plenty of the little guys in the Cayman Islands.