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    Jim Kelly-Evans is offline
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    Undersea Photos II

    Things seem almost back to normal now with internet, working credit and bank cards, etc. We just need perishables delivered to the island. Here are some additional photos from my diving Tuesday and Wednesday.

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    dadto6 is offline
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    Re: Undersea Photos II

    Wow those are some very cool pictures. Hope you found Emmanuel and Isabelle cordial. We like them a lot!

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    Phabulous photos! Thank you for taking us diving with you.
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    soyabeans is offline
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    Re: Undersea Photos II

    we forget how beautiful the under water is around St Barts
    thanks for sharing
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    Re: Undersea Photos II

    Wonderful. Keep snapping those pjhotos.

    The beds and formations look amazingly free of debris. I know there is damage but it all is looking good.
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    Jim Kelly-Evans is offline
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    Re: Undersea Photos II

    Quote Originally Posted by dadto6 View Post
    Wow those are some very cool pictures. Hope you found Emmanuel and Isabelle cordial. We like them a lot!
    Thanks, glad you like the photos. Emmanuel is top notch. I met Isabelle briefly, but no Benjamin on the scene. I am diving with a really nice and competent woman, who I imagine has been hired by Emmanuel.
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    Jim Kelly-Evans is offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by amyb View Post
    Wonderful. Keep snapping those pjhotos.

    The beds and formations look amazingly free of debris. I know there is damage but it all is looking good.
    You're very correct, Amy, I have not seen debris during my dives, and the reefs look as good as always.
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    Re: Undersea Photos II

    Jim, your dive photos are always appreciated. Thanks.

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    Re: Undersea Photos II

    Beautiful photos, and the coral looks to be in very good condition. What area were you in?

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    dadto6 is offline
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    Re: Undersea Photos II

    Sorry to confuse Jim, I was typing about dive and La Langouste at the same time. The Benjamin comment was in reply to your post that you were eating at La Langouste

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    elgreaux is offline
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    Re: Undersea Photos II

    Something fishy going on here.. great images!

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    Jim Kelly-Evans is offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by cec1 View Post
    Beautiful photos, and the coral looks to be in very good condition. What area were you in?
    These photos were taken at two different locations within the marine preserve outside of Gustavia harbor: The whale of Le Pain de Sucre; and the reef on the east side of the big rock; and the south side of Les Petite Saints.
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    Re: Undersea Photos II

    I echo Tim’s comments. It is wonderful to know the reefs appear to be thriving, which means clean water and good temperatures.

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    cec1 is offline
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    Re: Undersea Photos II

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Kelly-Evans View Post
    These photos were taken at two different locations within the marine preserve outside of Gustavia harbor: The whale of Le Pain de Sucre; and the reef on the east side of the big rock; and the south side of Les Petite Saints.
    Such great clarity!

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