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You're welcome Nellies, thanks.Hey I am still here Jacques.......I don't swim at night anymore!!
I can not believe it mate, the sharks attack and eat you!
Thank you Robbie for all the information and the beautiful photo!!
Yes, Mickey Mouse is their favourite food!!Jacques I have never seen a shark in here. Just outside the channel behind me they swim around if fishermen clean fish. There has never been an attack and we used to swim at night after a few rums.
are there sharks?
You're welcome Nova, thank you.Yes it is, thanks EF.You're welcome, glad you see them yellow, thanks.Sure is bookish, thanks.Hi Jacques, you're back, thanks.
wow, that's cool, mate!
I can see the Gray Snappers, Robbie, what a magical place this must be. Another photo to return to and study, thanks so much for this set!
Nature's wonder, can it get more beautiful?
What a nice place to live, thank you for sharing it with us Robbie and Jenny:)
Volcanic rock makes a striking background for the water in the cave; thanks for all the info & the photo.
Thanks mate.Glad you like it Rob.Thanks vpach, I have Jenny who fixes all that stuff!! I just cook and make her tea!!
I found your very nice comment on my puzzle a few minutes ago. And I left one for you back there, too.
One day I should pay those beautiful Bermuda islands another visit. You have some great pictures, and I need to get work some of them soon. Just as soon as I get dishwasher fixed, my toilet replaced and my garage door opener replaced. It just doesn't pay to travel sometimes. I always wonder why things have to break down after they have had a rest!
I'm just plain envious Robbie!!!
You're welcome PLG, thanks.We do bloorox, thanks.It certainly is Hanne, thanks.It does PKH, thanks.Come on down PK, thanks.Thank you pinkie, the water is beautiful, no doubt about it.
Bermuda looks very fine. The water is beautiful.
I think I will move to Bermuda. Move over Robbie. Such a gorgeous place....
You do live in a place that holds magic.
Must be a fantastic place for the fish!! Thanks so very much Robbie!!
Amazing! You live in such a beautiful place! :)
Wow! Interesting! Thanks, Robbie!
Thanks JC, yes I am taking the picture from the channel leading out to Castle Harbour Bay.Hi JJ, you are welcome, glad you enjoyed it, thanks.You can snorkel TC but to see the actual cave and passage ways you need scuba gear and know what you are doing, thanks.Thanks Celeste.As far as I can remember BJ it runs for the most part underwater. I am quite sure there are air pockets but in crevices leading up into the ground. The scientist who explored said there was not a lot of room exploring the chambers. Thanks.No problem Dagmar, you can swim there and the snappers are friendly. Thanks.You're welcome chickie, the water is always clear because of the flow from underground as well as the regular tide. Thanks.It sure is Graci, thanks.Thanks Shirley.
Very nice picture, Thanks Robbie.
Beautiful and amazing how clear the water is! thanks Robbie
Interesting landscape and beautiful water! Thanks Robbiel.
What a marvellous place, I would be content with a bit of swimming. It must be wonderful to float there in the water. I had to look twice but I managed to see the snappers, they look quite big but I suppose they wouldn't mind me having a little swim. :))
If I was better at Scuba, this is be fun. Any fresh air in there for most of the way?
Oh so amazing.. Love it Robbie :)
Can you snorkel in there or do you have to use diving equipment?
THAT IS so beautiful, Robbiel...thank you for the info about it.. COOOLL!!
Nice one, Robbiel! I am guessing it is salt water and connected to the sea?
This is the cave I was talking about the other day that goes down 60 feet then branches out underneath. It is crystal clear and home to many Grey Snappers, lobsters and other fish. If you look closely in the left foreground you can see the faint shapes of a school of Grey Snappers. If I row over without a camera they will appear everywhere and up close. If I go with a camera like here they hang below and away from the boat. Very smart fish!The rock is all very hard limestone and was formed by a volcano long before I was born!!!!