We brought a pair of disposable underwater cameras with us so we could snap a few shots of the under water beauty that surrounded us. Of course there's a reason the pros don't use disposable cameras, as you can see with the prints. The film appears to pick up more blue than what you see through the face mask, but you can get some idea of what things were like down there from these images.
Phil dives down to check out a coral formation as a school of blue tangs
A yellow trumpet fish above a sandy sea floor.
A parrot fish against a hurricane battered coral.
A school of blue tangs.
Wrasses and a squirrel-fish amidst the coral and sponges.
A sting-ray swimming a few meters below.
Large barrel sponges.