Monday, October 12, 2009

Day 24 Bora Bora, Society Islands

There isn’t much to say about today…. Yesterday was so great that I did a lot of the same things again. I decided this morning that it was back to the water for me. I went back out on a boat to once again hang with the sharks, rays, moray eels and assorted other sea life. It was a magnificent day! Tomorrow we will be going to Raiatea, Society Islands. It will be my first visit here and I’m not quite sure what I’ll be doing… whatever it is I’m sure will be great. (I hope you’re not tired of shark shots… obviously I’m not)

6 comments:

Michelle and Rudy van der Goot said...

Just when we thought it could not get any better, you have done an amazing job with the fotos! Wish we were there. As for the waterfall fotos in Tahiti a few days ago, if only it had been diet coke instead of just water, we would have believed it. Winter is here complete with freezing temps - no snow yet just predictions of flurries. Oh well.

Vickie said...

Your underwater shots are fantastic. I'd hate to have to decide which ones to include in the book. Thanks for taking the time to upload so many great pics. Look forward to your next stop especially since it's a new one for you. Continue to enjoy the sunshine and I totally agree with Michelle & Rudy about the waterfall, I just visualized diet coke instead of water and the shot was perfect.

Anonymous said...

Hi Jeff:
Love the pictures . . . never enough ocean life photos. However, the moray eel had a look on his face which said, "Mmmmm, LUNCH!"
B-FL

K said...

Shark Boy....I like it!! I felt like I was there...wow!

CINGULARONE said...

Jeff,

A new movie cam out this past weekend, Couple Retreat (with Vince Vaughn). If you get a chance to see it, it might be worth your while. There is a segment in the movie about patiently swimming with sharks.........

Hope all is well-

Dennis

Jennie said...

Jeff,

What wonderful under watershots you have taken of the fish and coral. They are amazing. You have also captured the lovely colour of the water. Thanks for helping to relive our trips to those fantastic island.
Jennie