There were hundreds of sea urchin around the place.
I just had to take another picture of a sea urchin. At least they will sit still long enough to get a decent picture. 🙂
It was a bit difficult getting any good shots of the fish. The wild life has a tendency to dart away just when you press the shutter.
Elkhorn Coral about two meters under the surface.
There was an abundance of black sea urchins too.
As we entered the bat cave I was amazed at how deep the walls of the cave went down below the water line. Before we entered the cave we were swimming in shallow water.
Deep in the bat cave it was very dark. Then you see the light of the exit. It's quite a spooky experience.
In this picture you can see Brendon just ahead (at least you can see the disturbance in the water from him swimming). We met Brendon and his wife Lauren at the resort. They were on their honeymoon. The kind of honeymoon most girls dream of (and guys too I suppose).
As we got closer to the exit of the bat cave I pointed the camera down. This deep fissure made quite a spectacular sight.
On our way back to the dive boat after leaving the bat cave.