I recently went exploring via paddle board with a long time friend, Kim Hull, of Flow Paddle Tours, and her friend Alecia. Kim is a marine biologist, excellent photographer, paddle boarder and has been studying dolphins in the Pine Island Sound Area for over fifteen years. While paddle boarding we had a great time talking about cameras, dolphin, paddle boards and the future of our businesses. After paddling, we took a break and shelled the beaches. Kim found an Albino Fighting Conch which I am sorry to say that I did not get a picture of. She captured the photo above of me holding a live Albino Lightning Whelk which we returned back to the water. Kim is a true water person who has helped me with my photography and is always a knowledgeable resource of marine life. I look forward to the next excursion on the water.