Monday, August 19, 2019

2 Manta Rays and a Chicken
Maui's Pink Cap swimmers were visited by two Manta Rays yesterday morning. In fact the Fun Group was led most of the way back to home base by one of the Mantas.

Then, when Lynne was changing out of her swim gear, a chicken decided it wanted to roost on her dashboard, and did not want to leave.

Click HERE for more photos of Sunday's ocean swim adventures.

Friday, August 16, 2019

New Hunter

This morning it was a young open-ocean Blacktip Shark herding the baitball, and it was doing a great job. The smaller fishies were keeping it tight. Almost an hour later a lifeguard came zooming up on a jetski and told me to get out of the water due to a shark sighting.

Meanwhile, a Green Sea Turtle seemed to be oblivious to all the action.

Thursday, August 15, 2019

Phenomenal Colors

These high clouds yesterday evening were a strong indicator that the post sunset colors would be phenomenal, and they were!

Recently, I've been noticing more and more people posing for their friends on the beach.

Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Deadly Hunters

Three Kawakawa Tuna were herding a very large school of Akule this morning. The Akule were definitely on the run, I was never able to get a photograph of them which wasn't blurry as they sped by, constantly changing directions. The cool thing is that I could hear a swish of water each time the smaller fish made a turn.

Tuesday, August 13, 2019

Torn Away

 We've been fortunate enough to experience a number of stunning sunsets recently. Of course, it helps that we've made an effort to tear ourselves away from the teevee screen for a half-hour each evening.

Beach weddings are a daily fact of life on Maui, but I hadn't noticed the sharing of a cup before yesterday.

Monday, August 12, 2019

Spa Waters
Maui's Pink Cap swimmers luxuriated in warm ocean waters yesterday, and even managed to motivate themselves enough to get some exercise as well.

Click HERE for a few more photos from Sunday's swim.

Friday, August 9, 2019

Find the Flounder

Top photo - Find the Flounder

Middle photo - Friendly Green Sea Turtle

Bottom photo - Rare Hawksbill Turtle