Tom is adventuring on a small cay, and having rubbed elbows with Jeb, he’s been bitten by the bottle bug. Knowing where to look is key.
Chapter Two. Here’s some signs near Gregory Town.
One inch of rain in the wee hours this morning.
Alistair said it was going to be “4 to 5 feet!”.
The soulful hand-painted signs of Eleuthera. I’m crazy about them. I’ve barely scratched the surface. More to come.
Dari, Shred, Pepper dawg, Petey dawg, and yours truly. Swarms of fish like I’ve never seen, including a large parrot fish, sting ray, snappers, grunts, possible large permit (waiting on Shred’s photos), and so many more fish!
Shred Hathorne is an avid and excellent wildlife photographer. The first photo shows a group of feeding nurse sharks, with an approaching bull shark. The next photo shows a big bull shark, and lastly a large sand tiger with his ‘cuda buddy. The first two shots are from Cape Eleuthera, the last from Cocodimama beach.
Newly-married ace WhiskyTango photog Shred Hathorne along with pal Peter Scott went for a photo dive down by Cocodimama. Shred started swimming after a sizeable ‘cuda which suddenly turned and swam back towards him. Shred thought, cool! Peter, however, saw otherwise and started gargling the word “shark” through his snorkel. Two of them: male and female sand tigers.
Shred is one dedicated and talented photographer. Those hummingbird shots really get me. Thanks Shredly!
January 24 2015