Little fish swimming on the very edge of the ocean, at Hospital Point, Bocas Del Toro, Panama. We were just getting out to leave the dive spot and head back to the little cabin on stilts we were staying at. I saw some fish swimming around our feet as the tide lapped the sand so laid down and spent a while trying to get these fish in shot and during clear vis.
This was taken in the caribbean sea, on our very first dive we had planned whilst out in Bocas, Panama. We were greeted with 10m+ visibility at a lovely small reef just 30m from the small beach at Hospital Point. Here the reef, at about 4m deep, straddled an overhang which dropped to around 16m. We saw many types of fish for the first time and coral, of which I have never seen before, having only dived in the UK. It was colourfal, life was plentiful and there were many interesting things to see.
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