A very mild Northerly current and pretty decent vis combined to make an enjoyable dive this morning. Spot and Brutus made a late arrival to the scene but I couldn't blame them as it's been a while since they last saw us.
|The three amigos. Brutus was just out of frame on this one.|
A quick stop at Amphitrite followed by a couple of laps around the Nicholson for good measure was our starter for ten, followed by a leisurely bimble over to the main wall. A good few turtles and eagle rays cruising around but too far off in the distance to bother trying to get a shot of.
The scenery on the main wall proved to be as colourful and vibrant as I remember is to be with ample opportunity to set up a couple of test shots.
There was a huge amount of flamingo tongue cowries out today and a large percentage of them were happily romping over the sand and generally having fun.
We also had a smattering of blennies, barber and pederson shrimps hidden away among hard corals in the shallows like hidden little treasures just waiting to be discovered.
And there's also been quite a lot of squid activity recently as well with squadrons of squid buzzing divers with their synchronised low flying antics which is always amusing to watch, much less photograph.