Looking down on to a Bermuda Reef.
Jenny took this from on top of a hill, not a close-up. On the bank are the Australian Casuarina trees which have sprouted from fallen seeds that the birds dropped. If you look carefully there are three Parrot fish in the left top quarter of the picture, one is quite large, the other two smaller near the reef. In the top right hand corner and diagonally down the reef you can see some Golden Sea Rods that look like antlers. They are a type of sea fan. There are some odd pieces of Sargasso seaweed floating on the water. There are a couple of Sea Puddings which are soft black slug type of creature on the bottom near the round reef structure. Those were our cheap water guns when we were small. You pick them up and squeeze and they shoot a long stream of water for a short while. There used to be loads of them all over the island so we had plenty of ammunition. This spot is in the same location of Bay Island from my previous set.