With the weather being hit and miss on the East coast this weekend, we packed up and headed West to worship some sun, sea and sand. It was a glorious day with 16 degrees at the surface, 8 in the water and some decent visability although there was still a modicum of particulate hanging in the water today.
|Deckchairs and sunscreen at the ready|
Shooting mostly mid and macro given the conditions, there was plenty of opportunity for the most ardent photographer.
|Butterfish in the muck|
|Squat, hairy and lobster like|
Starting out on the shallow reef at 7 metres on the left, I worked down to the mid reef at 15 metres on the right and spent some time down there befroe heading straight down to 30 metres to try and get some shots in the muck. The langoustines where pretty quick off the mark today and where down their holes like a flash.
|Diver ahoy, down the hole, double time!|
|Exploding firework anemone|
|A goby soaking up the rays|
|For something so small it sure is active!|
|The creature surfaces up from the depths!|