Friday, June 3, 2011

Daily Fiji Photos: The Sacred Reef of Totoya Island

This is the fourth post in a series of daily photographs from an expedition to Totoya Island in Fiji by Keith Ellenbogen, an underwater photographer and frequent contributor to the Global Explorers Blog. 

Wide shot of Totoya Island with the surrounding reef visible beneath the waves (Photo: Keith Ellenbogen)

 Waves break over the coral reef off Totoya Island. (Photo: Keith Ellenbogen)

Get the background on Keith's expedition to Totoya Island, Fiji in his first photo post. Catch up on the latest events in the expedition on National Geographic's News Watch blog.

1 comment:

  1. This is beautiful and one in a million one would get a find of beautiful creatures in the sea world. A diverse community and the presence of the colourful corals make the scenery divine. Well God's gift to mankind is awesome and unfathomable to comprehend. He blesses us with so much and in its own complexity God's colourful arrays of colours in the deepest find is comparable to finding Gold in the fields and depths of the soil. Thank you Roko Sau for the initiative and keep these resources safe for the next generations. May you leadership and custodianship be a blessing to all of the people you lead. May God bless you and the family in your plans and the implementation of the works in your reign. Also thank the work done and companionship of NGOs and Keith Ellenbogen for the great pictures.