Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Humuhumunukunukuapua'a Chase

In this 50 second video, LoveHubbie spots a humuhumunukunukuapua'a (which is Hawaii's state fish) after about 22 second and begins to chase it. The humuhumunukunukuapua'a gets away. You can see how beautiful it is. At the very end of the video there is a whale sound. The whole video is pretty peaceful, maybe because of the rhythmic breathing sounds and the blissful pictures of the underwater world that this morning made me forget my troubles.

~Underwater video by LoveHubbie


Jane said...

Beautiful video! So glad you guys had such a great time.

Olivia said...

Thanks, Jane. We did. It's good to see you and to draw inspiration from your courage right now. Love and blessings and strength today, O xxoo

Rick Hamrick said...

You know, O, I always wondered if that wasn't just a hint of Lloyd Bridges I saw in Mark, and sure enough!

Sea Hunt!

The color of the water in this video is so amazing. I remember snorkeling in a secluded cove on the coast of the island of Hawaii a great many years ago and being blown away by the variety and spectacular color schemes of the fish, all completely fearless of us swimming among them with the tubes plugged into our mouths.

Too bad I have only the memories, and not some underwater photography !

Thanks for sharing, O and Mark!

Olivia said...

It IS great, Rick, having the underwater cameras. I don't go underwater and especially enjoy watching the videos. They are very relaxing to me! I'm glad you liked this one. I'll tell LoveHubbie about Lloyd Bridges and Sea Hunt :) Peace and blessings and love, O