Underwater at Ke’e

There is a nice spot to snorkel just off of Ke’e Beach on Kaua’i’s north shore.  The fish school in decent numbers and there is often a chance of seeing sea turtles.  Before returning to Canada we went up to Ke’e for one last afternoon on the beach and an evening photographing the sunset down the Na Pali.

The water was choppy from high surf coming over the reef which usually breaks down the waves.  This made swimming with the kids a more involved process than normal and shortened any snorkelling.  I still went out and photographed along the calm side of the coral reef for sometime close to an hour.

Fish with coral reflected

The fish were more scarce on the day, maybe due to the turbulence, but it was still pretty busy down below.  I had fun photographing individual fish within their environment.

From down below, even looking up was beautiful.

The sky from under the surface

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  1. Pingback: Hawaiian bodyboarders: riding off Nukoli’i Beach « Christopher Martin Photography

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