|Tom checking out one of the big sculptures|
|Dinghies tied off to a mooring and everyone piling in the water|
So the crews of s/v Somewhere, s/v Endofin II and s/v Honey Ryder dinghied north to Molinere Bay.
|"Okay. Where is this art?"|
Eco-Artist Jason de Caires Taylor does sculptures and then places them underwater.
|The first ones we spotted|
They are made of porous concrete to encourage marine life growth.
|The next one we spotted - Whoa, kewl!|
These sculptures quickly evolve into something other than what they started out to be.
|An appraiser perhaps? Ha!|
|Storms and surge have an affect on the sculptures along with the marine life|
|Tom checking out another one|
|Looks like a cruiser hoping the repair she made works!|
|This one was different. More like petroglyphs|
|Another petroglyph looking one|
None were too deep that we couldn't dive down and take a good look while simply snorkeling.
|Another ring of people|
|This one had more growth than the other ring|