Grand Bahama, Bahamas
The horse-eye trevally is a predatory species that is almost always in search of their next meal. Most often found in the mid to upper part of the water column above a reef, wreck, or some sort of structure. I was nearing the end of my dive at a dive site called Pygmy Caves and as I was starting up the rope to the boat I noticed a school of trevally coming my way. They were coming in hot so I did not have much time to adjust the settings on my camera, luckily it was a sunny day and I didn’t have to change very much. The school did one pass by me and that was it, thankfully I was able to capture this photo of them against the tropical blue water and intense summer sun.