from all points near Tiger Beach in the Bahamas.
Things are good
Taking some time out
from my underwater adventures to welcome a special guest, Steve
Hinczynski. He's one of my favorite photographers. Click
on the link to find out more. Special
Guest: Steve Hinczynski
My agent, Jim Abernethy, is
back in the Bahamas this week (I'm
negotiating for more tuna, I've been doing a lot of extra work).
He also wants me to review his book, which I'll do this week.
That's really about it. I know it's cold in North
America - and there's record snowfall in Moscow (I've got Internet
access to know these things). So, to those of you freezing, you're
welcome to my waters anytime (please just don't take any tuna).
(Views represented on this page are mine and mine alone
- okay, okay, maybe you'll find a few opinions from Lemon Sharks baked in
as well. They're smart and I like to give them some credit when I can)
Below is a picture of Jim and me. I'm thanking him for removing all
the parasites with a ten second french kiss. Oh, by the way, Jim, do
I have morning tuna breath? Sometimes divers just
don't get that close to me.
Nice pic Bob! I hadn't seen my mating scar
on my gill... ouch, still hurts.