A blog by Jorge Garcia.

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Atlantis = Big Fish

The first thing we checked out was the aquarium.
It was huge and had a couple Manta Rays in it. Seeing these things never got old.

There were some huge fish in this tank.
So huge they could barely lift themselves off the tank floor.

33 comments:

Juju said...

Super cool pictures Jorge!

Marquiwis said...

Muy buenas fotos Jorge!!!

Saludos!

Cristian said...

Hi jorge, i don't know if you speak spanish i hope so.

Me parece fantastico lo que haces en este blog, te convierte en una persona accesible y humana, que bueno es ver que mas alla de las alfombras rojas del emmy existe un ser humano como cualquiera que disfruta en disney come ensalada de pulpo y va a las bahamas a la playa a disfrutar. un saludo desde la complicada isla que es hoy mi pais Venezuela.

PD: no te conocemos de hoy, te veiamos en Becker...

Beena said...

There's a whole entire different world of its own apart from us, in the ocean...amazing, isn't it?

Jenea said...

These fish are very funny, I think they are doing water's sumo !!!?? Ha-ha!Hi!!! :) :) :)

Bonni said...

I remember going to that aquarium and being astounded at the type of life swimming around in there. I'm a scuba diver, so ocean life is not new to me ... but the Atlantis's sea animals are one of a kind! Very nice to "visit" again via your pictures. Thank you.

Malea said...

Underwater life + water (beautiful surroundings) = My Happy Place

Michelle said...

Love Atlantis, but that aquarium creeps me out! They are just surrounding you the whole time....gahh! haha!

Jules said...

Very cool pics! You should come to Atlanta and see our new aquarium. I'll gladly show you around town. :D

Jenny said...

very cool hope you are having a nice trip!

Julie said...

I was there a while back! I love aquariums :)

YELLOWDOG GRANNY said...

all i could think when i saw them big fish on the bottom was'battered and fried'...

James Hernandez said...

Jorge,

Pack your fishing pole next time - lunch can be had, and cheap!

Paul Spooner said...

I could go for one of those with a big plate of chips covered in salt vinegar, and a big dollop of mushy peas!

YUM YUM!

Iago said...

Hi! I'm Iago, from Argentina. I hope you speak spanish...

So, do you speak spanish?

Goof said...

Awesome pictures. Did Beth take them? I would love to go to an aquarium like that some day. So far I've only been to Sea World in San Diego a few times.

(((HUGS)))

Marina said...

Hi Jorge!!Nice place, nice animals!!!I m from Argentina, i dont speak english very well, I hope you understand the Spanish.
Im live in neuquen very close to Chile where he is your father.
You are a very nice person!!!
Can be answered with a few lines?? my e mail is marizoo@hotmail.com
Would make me very happy!!!thanks in advance

Joan Crawford said...

You look like "INDY!" in that pic. Also, aren't large fish horrifying? There is no reasoning with fish and they should all be eaten.

Henry Wasserman said...

Try not to step on a sea urchin... stay safe.

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estefaesque said...

Hello Jorge! This is Estefanía from Argentina I wanted to thank you for being in AXN chat last night. It was very cool talking to you!!! I was looking at your old posts and let me tell you something... I also cried with the movie Marley and Me.
Thanks again!!

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Ian said...

In all honesty, I'm not one for blogs or twitter, but I love this blog for some reason, because I think you are just such a down to Earth dude, and this post for some reason reminded me a lot of myself, and the kind of blog I would do. By the way, congrats on your Imagen Award nomination. I hate the fact that you are up against two of my favorite actors with Carlos Bernard and Jimmy Smits though!

Tania said...

Nice pics, Jorge. I love a good aquarium!

Dr Mum said...

Hey Jorge
That shirt is hanging off you!

Mel said...

Those fish appear to have nicer furniture than me. Curious.

Alisha Rene' said...

H O L Y crap those are huge fish! what a nice vacation :)

Christina Bauer said...

Great pictures! Those fish are so huge!

Christina Bauer said...

Great pictures! Those fish are so huge!

Tasha Who? said...

Very cool pictures! I would love to get that close to a Manta or a Devil Ray again.

Mojo said...

Hello from Northern Ireland! Just came upon your blog by chance Jorge...great wee photos. Oh...to be there away from the Belfast rain and wind (and yes! this is supposed to be the summer!!)...

Mo

Although I haven't managed to post for a few months...my blog is
http://www.mojo-place.blogspot.com/

Mojo said...

http://www.mojo-place.blogspot.com/

Hi from Belfast, Northern Ireland...just happened upon your great wee blog Jorge. Gorgeous photos..oh! to be away from the Irish wind and rain (and yes...! it is the summer here!)

Mo x

peacemonger30 said...

I love mantas! Thanks for sharing your photos, Jorge!