Cenote Cavern Diving
A camouflaged baby Octopus hiding in the bottom of a Barrel Sponge.
Bob Shaffer swims with a pair of Caribbean Squid.
Here is a rare Blue Trumpetfish.
John at work.
A blue-eyed Hermit Crab looking at you.
A large Loggerhead Turtle diving with Scott Calhoun.
Glenda Gabriel admiring a Lionfish.
A Box Crab with all of his camouflage attached to the back of his shell.
A Blue Scrawled Filefish who loves to accompany all the divers on their adventures.
A "flight" of Spotted Eagle Rays
Diane Ens and Kyle Keays swimming with one of our "pet" hawksbill turtles.
A trio of Caribbean Reef Squid.
Kyle Keays videos the reef with his mask / camera / movie light set-up.
Alex Powers photographing the reef.
Gordy's Angels...Gordy Brenne and his daughters Phebe and Lara.
Kara and Rick Lackey admiring a Queen Conch.
John, Rick and Kara Lackey pose for a fun family photo!
The "Christmas Tree" is always decorated with huge schools of fish.
Danette and Scott Calhoun swimming with one of our "local" pets.
A close-up of one of our Caribbean Reef Squids
Julia White enjoys a little time with a friendly octopus.
A Whale Shark feeding on microscopic plankton which looks like smoke at the surface. The summer months are when they move into our area.
The giant mouth of a Whale Shark. For perspective, notice the diver in the upper right corner.
An example of one of our Scorpionfish and how well he disguises himself.
Casper our giant Ghost Ray.
Nick Morrison enjoys a swim with a Hawksbill turtle
Talon Singletary and Megan Mills found a free-swimming Seahorse and were able to find it a new home.
David Everett exploring the shallow reef with its thousands of resident reef fish at Calica.
A Cowfish with her hitch-hiking Remora.
This is a Blue Scrawled Filefish who loves to tag along with our divers on almost every dive in Paamul.
David Everett and a friendly Hawksbill turtle enjoying a swim down the reef.
Cindy Ballard is CAREFULLY getting a close-up photo of one of our resident Green Moray eels.
Larka Tetens executes a close up study of a Lionfish. The Lionfish is an invasive species in the Caribbean and considered a threat to the reef system.
Danny Ballard photographs one of our reef residents. A large Green Moray Eel.
Marcelo Loria instructs students why there is a closed season on lobsters by showing the eggs(orange) on the bottom of this female lobster.
A beautiful and reclusive Bat-Winged crab.
Debra Everett watches a Whale Shark feeding while he is migrating through our area.
A Loggerhead turtle who is in the area in search of the local "girls".
Cowfish at Night
On 11/11/11 - 11 divers dive to 11 feet 11 inches for 11 minutes to carry on a tradition. Just wait 'till 12/12/12 !
The "Christmas Tree" with thousands of it's normal residents
Lester Willis is eye to eye with a Green Moray Eel
One of our shallow water (30-40 feet) walls
Colorful Lizardfish at rest
A baby Queen Angelfish
John Everett hand feeding a Blue Scrawled Filefish
Lester Willis swimming among the Vase sponges along the reef
A yellow Seahorse wrapped around a red sponge in front of a blue Velvet Lace sponge
Glenda Gabriel is eye to eye with a Scorpeonfish
Silke Jehle photographing a yellow "Seahorse"
An Arrow Crab and an Anemone inside a Velvet Lace sponge
Alfonso Guzman introduces a group of divers to the thousands of reef fish that cover the shallow wall
One of our favorite dive couples, Olen and Kelli Deadmond, enjoying their dive on the Pedregal Wall
Niki Therrien with a treasure from the deep.
Kathy Kingsley does a close-up study of the Scorpionfish
A Spotted Eagle Ray surveys the reef and our divers
Two Resort divers (with their instructors) find out how much they have been missing.
Lindsey Brown attempts to swim home with an antique stone anchor
One of our instructors, Cindy Albaugh, takes time to feed one of our "pet" Filefish
Marcelo Loria with one of his Octopus dive buddies
Lonnie Robin visits with a "sleeping" Nurse Shark
An orange Seahorse
One of our many international divers, Marlene Chamonard, makes friends with a turtle.
Erin and Barrett Thomas enjoying their dives.
One of our Instructors, Glenda Gabriel enjoying a relaxing dive.
Robin Tate visits with one of our friendly octopus.
John is playing with one of his friends from the Paamul Shallow Wall dive.
Gary Cohen swims with one of our local "pets".
Cindy Ballard with a new friend who came out to visit with her.
Cindy Albaugh and one of our yearly guest Loggerhead turtles who came down here to meet our girl turtles.
A West Indian Chank Conch lays her eggs and secures them to a coral branch to "incubate".
Kathy Kingsley photographing an egg case from a West Indian Chank Conch.
Danette Calhoun displays the gentle Bat-wing crab. Notice the BATMAN design on his shell.
A giant Anemone inside a colorful red sponge
A large Parrotfish swims by to keep an eye on us.
A Seahorse hiding among the coral stems.
John Everett GENTLY holding a very relaxed Scorpionfish!
The beautiful Manta Ray
Diving with the largest fish in the world...The Whale Shark.
A Caribbean Squid.
Playing around with a friendly Remora.
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