A popular wreck site for most divers (and a favourite for quite a few too!) in the North of Mauritius. ❤️❤️❤️ It is actually two wrecks side by side with totally different ecosystems on each.
So many fish, sometimes it’s difficult to take a photo of a person without a fish photobomb!
A lot of variety at these wrecks too - from lionfish (they are not an invasive species here), leaf fish, stonefish, as well as the brightly coloured bluelined snapper who don’t mind swimming around the divers and can totally enclose you if you have your buoyancy well sorted. 🐠🐟🐡 Many, many other fish too!
Also some moray eels, an occasional octopus, some shrimp, crabs and nudibranchs. 🐙🦐🦀 There really is something for everyone at this site though you need to have at least your Advanced Open Water qualification as it is deeper than 18 meters.
🎉🍾🎉🍾🎉🍾🍾🍾Man Happy B-Day to my SELF!!!! Man I tell you it's been a long ass journey this year!!! I had a bad ass #wreck and I'm just grateful and thankful that God has #blessed 🙏🏿 me 2 see another day & B-Day!!! God☝🏿 is GOOD..... amen🙏🏿🙏🏿🙏🏿
There’s a hugeeee part of me that wants to save this car but I think it’s time to let her go, insurance officially deemed her a total loss and as much as that saddens me it’s time to move on to bigger and better things!
I’m going to miss you so much💜
Ps. If anyone knows a shop with a frame machine and isn’t extremely expensive lmk because I’m indecisive af and I have a whole new front end/ core support😅
This wreck in the middle of the lagoon @cocoskeelingislands still remains unidentified. The steel ribs that stand on the bottom and this last remnants of timber indicate it was built in the mid to late 1800's.
One of many mysteries of our ocean and now a haven for marine life.
Someone hit me last night on my way home from work. I was able to walk away with very minor injuries. My car sadly didn’t make it though. Thankfully the airbags, and seatbelt did their job. I’m very sad about my car, yet happy to be alive.
The new military museum in Aqaba, Jordan 🇯🇴 offers 20 vehicles ranging in depth between 15-26m. Can someone recognize this kind of tank?
Photo by @alex_dawson_photography
141 16,84829 November, 2019
Jack fish alley in Ras Mohammed is a really cool dive site with this amazing cave at 5m and all its marine life.
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