Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Shawn Heinrichs Beautiful Underwater Images Of Roberta Mancino Swimming With Sailfish And Other Deep Sea Monsters At Mexico's Isla Mujeres...
The results of their little sojourn swimming with Sailfish, the fastest fish in the sea, capable of speeds of around 110 kilometers an hour are beautiful and amazing.
Then there were the Whale Sharks and a few Manta Rays who weren't camera shy either...
Posted by The Flying Tortoise at 6:00 AM
Labels: camera shy, isla mujeres, manta rays, photographer shawn Heinrichs, roberta mancino, sailfish, the northern tip of mexico, the world's fastest fish, whale sharks, yukatan peninsula
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Now that would be quite an experience!!ReplyDelete
ahhh, these remind me of some of my most memorable swims ever... if only I had enough talent to paint them! (or a time machine to go back & one of those fancy waterproof gadgets that seem to capture everything these days)ReplyDelete
Beautiful, frightening, amazing, wonderful and captivating all rolled into one.ReplyDelete
I agree with Suzy. Wow!ReplyDelete
So nice :)ReplyDelete
Great photos of the different species, it must be thrilling being there. There is a lot of things to do in isla mujeres for vacationing, like taste the food of the place and also unique tours around the beaches and underwater.ReplyDelete