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Rainmaker
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Susan Laxson
John R. Wood Properties - Naples, FL
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Wow, what a great picture and love the colors and formations on the ocean floor!  ~ Susan

Oct 03, 2010 10:08 AM #1
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Anita Clark
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I agree with Susan...amazing color in this photo.  What kind of fish do you typically see on these dives James? 

Oct 03, 2010 10:26 AM #2
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James Lowenstern
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On the 16 dives I took last week...parrot fish, flounder, lobsters (at night), snake eels, moray eels, grouper, tangs, sargent majors, tarpon, barracuda, urchins, sea horse, lion fish, scorpion fish, angel fish trumpet fish, needle fish, porcupine fish (at night), trunk fish, shrimp...the list is pretty long..there's more.

Oct 03, 2010 10:50 AM #3
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Anita Clark
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Wow.  Truly amazing.  I've never been diving (only snorkeling) but can imagine how amazing it is.

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