Sunday, September 25, 2016

Autumnal Clearing
Finally! The ocean cleared up significantly in the last few days and visibility was good enough that we were even able to see a few critters.

Including the endangered Hawksbill Turtle in the middle photograph.

Click HERE for a couple more photographs from this morning's ocean swim with the Maui Pink Cap Swimmers.

Friday, September 23, 2016

Minor Imperfection

Waves were still crashing this morning, but underwater everything was smooth sailing.

Of course, the renewed ocean swell has maintained the poor visibility below the surface; but there has to be some minor imperfection in paradise.

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Slowly, Slowly, Slowly

Slowly, slowly, slowly visibility is improving in South Maui waters.

The ocean also seems to be cooling down just a little. Winter is on its way.

Sunday, September 18, 2016

Final Sunday of Summer

Nice warm water marked the final swim of summer for the Maui Pink Cap Swimmers.

Unfortunately, visibility was considerably less than optimal, but that didn't keep us from having a great time in the silky ocean water.

Click HERE for a couple more photos from this morning's swim.

Friday, September 16, 2016

No Runoff

Visibility was way less than optimal this morning. We have not had any runoff in South Maui from the recent rain storms, but have had lots of crashing surf.

Sunday, September 11, 2016

On That Horse
After an extremely unpleasant ocean swimming experience last week, it was important for the Maui Pink Cap Swimmers to get right back on that horse.

And it was great. The water felt like warm silk and, except for a little murk near the start, conditions were exquisite.

Click HERE for more photos from this morning's swim.

Saturday, September 10, 2016

Funeral Procession

I was impressed by how well these ants were working together to move this dead frog. Especially since they were hauling it vertically up the side of a curb.