Pigs In Hawaii

Meet the real beach babes: the herd of pigs that live the life of luxury – on a Hawaii beach.The lucky swines live on the white sands of the islands – and love nothing better than taking a dip in the crystal clear waters to cool off.And they are only interrupted by locals – who love to bring them titbits to eat.The pampered porcines were captured on camera by underwater photographer Julie Edwards, 41, from Amsterdam, Netherlands, who spent a whole day hanging out with the herd.

Meet the real beach babes: the herd of pigs that live the life of luxury - on a Hawaii beach.The lucky swines live on the white sands of the islands - and love nothing better than taking a dip in the crystal clear waters to cool off.And they are only interrupted by locals - who love to bring them titbits to eat.The pampered porcines were captured on camera by underwater photographer Julie Edwards, 41, from Amsterdam, Netherlands, who spent a whole day hanging out with the herd.

Meet the real beach babes: the herd of pigs that live the life of luxury - on a Hawaii beach.The lucky swines live on the white sands of the islands - and love nothing better than taking a dip in the crystal clear waters to cool off.And they are only interrupted by locals - who love to bring them titbits to eat.The pampered porcines were captured on camera by underwater photographer Julie Edwards, 41, from Amsterdam, Netherlands, who spent a whole day hanging out with the herd.

Meet the real beach babes: the herd of pigs that live the life of luxury - on a Hawaii beach.The lucky swines live on the white sands of the islands - and love nothing better than taking a dip in the crystal clear waters to cool off.And they are only interrupted by locals - who love to bring them titbits to eat.The pampered porcines were captured on camera by underwater photographer Julie Edwards, 41, from Amsterdam, Netherlands, who spent a whole day hanging out with the herd.

Meet the real beach babes: the herd of pigs that live the life of luxury - on a Hawaii beach.The lucky swines live on the white sands of the islands - and love nothing better than taking a dip in the crystal clear waters to cool off.And they are only interrupted by locals - who love to bring them titbits to eat.The pampered porcines were captured on camera by underwater photographer Julie Edwards, 41, from Amsterdam, Netherlands, who spent a whole day hanging out with the herd.