Tuamotus Photos

Photos of the Tuamotus are challenging because they are all flat and look similar. Nevertheless here we go…

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Note the shadows in the water, which are all coral heads
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So a common image is staring off the bow, trying to figure where/how to safely anchor, or raise the anchor.

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Dinghy ashore to explore

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Fakarava, anchored by a nice little reef

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Through the pass into another lagoon
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One of the passes from ashore

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Implanting tissue into oysters to make black pearls
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Black pearls aren't really black

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Hey, that's not an atoll -- it's Tahiti!
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In the new marina in downtown Papeete. Hallie comes tomorrow!!

3 thoughts on “Tuamotus Photos”

  1. LOVE THE PIC WITH ORANGE SKY! HOPE IT WAS AT NIGHT,,,,SAILORS DELIGHT:) THANKS 4 SHARING WITH ALL OF US!
    *PEACE,AIM

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  2. Extraordinary photos!! Almost hard to believe we are on the same planet! So happy that Hallie is joining the crew for awhile! Those pearls sound awesome.. interesting description of how they are made.

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