Friday, February 22, 2019

Loud and Clear


 Lots of fishies in nice clear water this morning. And whale song could be heard loud and clear.

Lucky I live Maui.


Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Nicest Ones


I meet the nicest people (and critters) out in the ocean.

The water was clear this morning, and whales could be heard singing loudly, but these three were the only ones I met.


Sunday, February 17, 2019

Absolutely Adorable

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It was great having Paul back swimming with us again this morning.

We also got a new member who was absolutely adorable.

Plus all the usual adventures for a Sunday ocean swim.

Click HERE for more photos from today with the Maui Pink Caps.

http://www.tropicallight.com/swim1/17feb19sm/17feb19sm.html

Saturday, February 16, 2019

Playing Hand Held


I thoroughly enjoy playing around with my little point-and-shoot pocket cameras. Here's yesterday's moon, taken hand-held.

And sunset a few minutes later...

Plus sunset the evening before.


Friday, February 15, 2019

Not Drenched


Even though parts of Maui are drenched with continuing rain (and even some snow at highest elevations), it was sunny and glorious down in my neck of the woods.

What a perfect morning for a swim.


Wednesday, February 13, 2019

All Relative


 The top photo is of Maui Pink Cap swimmers after our Sunday morning ocean swim. Even though we were indoors eating hot Split Pea and Ham soup, we were still chilled through and through.

Meanwhile, visitors to our fair isle were thoroughly enjoying what they felt to be balmy temperatures.

But for us - 70 degrees - [BRRRRR]


Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Not Sure

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I really did not want to go out into the cold and rainy ocean this morning, but sure am glad that I did.

The water was super clear, wind was minimal and we saw lots of critters, including several whales doing repeated pec and tail slaps.

And then the sun came out.

Click HERE for a couple more photos from our morning swim.

http://www.tropicallight.com/swim1/12feb19LP/12feb19LP.html