I’ve always been a fan of marine life. If I didn’t grow up in the most land-locked state in the United States, I would have been a marine biologist. Last week we got to experience Georgia Aquarium, and we even had the rare opportunity to scuba dive with whale sharks, manta rays, grouper, and other fish. A little known fact: whale sharks are the world’s largest fish. They’re known as “gentle giants” because even though they are sharks, they eat krill just like whales. Here are a few photos from our day at the aquarium.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! After an incredibly busy couple of weeks, I’m back to blogging. Three days after we moved in to our new house, my husband and I took a road trip. Can you guess where we went by the photo below?
I’m on a road trip this weekend, so I decided to post a photo from a previous road trip with my husband. The Omaha Zoo is a great place to take photos, so it was hard to pick just one. Here’s my original post from the trip.
I was beyond excited when the SEALife Aquarium opened in Kansas City just a few weeks ago. Considering I live in almost the most landlocked city in the United States, this was a big deal. So visiting it this weekend was a great way to celebrate my birthday with family. (A friend of mine just took her one-year-old daughter to the aquarium for her birthday, too. I wonder what having the same birthday party as a one-year-old says about me?) I had a great time taking photos, but as usual, I couldn’t narrow it down to just one. Do you have a favorite?