Sandals, St Lucia 2010: Photos 7

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Diving 2

Large fan corals spread out to filter nutrients from the current.

Large fan corals spread out to filter nutrients from the current. (154k)

Another Sharptail Eel (Myrichthis breviceps) at Jalousie.

Another Sharptail Eel (Myrichthis breviceps) at Jalousie. (172k)

A large group of Yellow-edge Chromis (Chromis multilineata) at Jalousie.

A large group of Yellow-edge Chromis (Chromis multilineata) at Jalousie. (74k)

Another Spotted Moray (Gymnothorax Moringa) at Grand Kye.

Another Spotted Moray (Gymnothorax Moringa) at Grand Kye. (203k)

Barred Hamlet (Hypoplectra puella) at Grand Kye.

Barred Hamlet (Hypoplectra puella) at Grand Kye. (169k)

Well-camouflaged Spotted Scorpionfish (Scorpaena plumieri).

Well-camouflaged Spotted Scorpionfish (Scorpaena plumieri). (218k)

A brightly-coloured feather star nestles next to a luminous blue sponge at Grand Kye, while a shrimp lurks around the corner to the left.  The white cotton-thread-like creature at the bottom left is some sort of Gorgonian, common all over the area.

A brightly-coloured feather star nestles next to a luminous blue sponge at Grand Kye, while a shrimp lurks around the corner to the left. The white 
	 	cotton-thread-like creature at the bottom left is some sort of Gorgonian, common all over the area. (208k)

Good visibility at Grand Kye enabled us to spread out a bit while hovering over the corals and sponges.

Good visibility at Grand Kye enabled us to spread out a bit while hovering over the corals and sponges. (138k)

A couple of shrimps hide next to a sea urchin.

A couple of shrimps hide next to a sea urchin. (227k)

Corals and sponges of all shapes.

Corals and sponges of all shapes. (231k)

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