Snorkeling with Manta Rays, majestic and awe inspiring creatures of the sea. They are feeding on the plankton in an area off of the Kona Coast where ocean currents create a plankton rich environment. Lights in the water help attract the plankton even more, and the Manta Rays make an appearance for dinner in this area almost every night #mantaray#konacoast#snorklelife#goproð·
Week Thirty Two: Swimming The Red Road ððð¬ð #createforayear || The second piece of my Red Road series
The red road is symbolic of the Indigenous spiritual path that is said to be the ârightâ path to take in life. To âwalk the red roadâ (or swim the red road in this case) means consciously living in a way that is respectful, truthful, and humble towards all of oneâs relationsð
Would you ever guess that manta rays are "toothy" animals? Their lower jaws are filled with teeth! 300 rows of teeth to be exact. These teeth are tiny, yes, but what does a filter feeder need with all of those teeth?!