Atlantis resort in the Bahamas is one of the places on my bucket list of places to see. The resort is amazing. We flew in last night and haven’t had a chance to explore it all yet, but we’re extremely impressed with what we’ve seen so far. Atlantis is so big, it will take a few days to see it all. So far, Sally is loving it.
One of the first places we explored is call The Dig. This is only one place in the world where you can embark on a journey through the streets and tunnels of the lost city of Atlantis while touring stunning marine life exhibits.
The Dig features habitats for 100 venomous Indo-Pacific Ocean Lionfish, 500 piranhas, iridescent jellyfish and six-foot Moray Eels. There are special environments for nine species of enormous groupers. In separate, smaller â€œJewel Habitats,â€ multitudes of brilliantly colored tropical fish dwell. It’s one of the most impressive aquarium I’ve ever seen.
Filming from The Dig proved to be an extra challenge. Since we’re underground, the light level is quite low. Fortunately, I have one of the best low-light cameras in the world. Combined that with the ultrafast Panasonic LUMIX G 20mm f/1.7 lens, and the results are pretty amazing, as you’ll see from the video below.