Salt Pier (cont'd), Bonaire

Anne enjoying the show that the
Queen Angels were putting on.
The Rock Beauty is one of the most difficult to photograph. Unlike the French and Queen Angels the Rock Beauty is very shy and usually scurries away when approached. I have yet to get what I consider a good pictures of a Rock Beauty. The one on the right is the only picture I've ever gotten showing the full face. It's amazing how elusive these little guys are.

Honeycomb Cowfish


Foureye Butterflyfish


Tarpon are relatively easy to spot in Bonaire. While diving at Salt Pier we saw the two (above) swim by. During our night dives at Buddy Beach there is a Tarpon who for years now accompanies you on your dive. During one of our dives this year Charlie, as he is known, stayed with us and approached to within a few feet of Anne several times. It makes you stop and think when you see those shiny eyes approach you and then turn away.
Whitespotted Filefish - '98

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