|Try not to lose your sh*t when you see this|
|Plenty of light from the surface helps to build up the layers|
|The fish come out to play|
Ha! We had half our usual bottom time and he rode the imaginary bicycle the entire dive. Lesson learned. Unless you've trained them, don't get in the water with them! I gave him some friendly (honest!) advice afterwards though, so hopefully he'll think more about his dives in future.
|Lovely flowing shapes on the main wall|
At his point, it was raining, cloudy, dark, thunderstorms brewing, waves at the surface, strong surge below and the bottom was getting stirred up badly. Like diving back home in winter time and I had a good feeling that today would be the day we find a seahorse.
|After a hell of a game of hide and seek, we found one|
|A (sea)horse with no name|
There were another pair of divers in the water about an hour after us and had been combing the area for the seahorses as well. Being the kind soul that I am, I took them back to where I had found the wild stallion and pointed him out. I was their new best friend after that!
Jill found a nice big green moray having a good clean at the rock pile and came and got me for some shots before it ducked back in. A good healthy sized one, probably about 4-5 feet judging by head size and body thickness.
|A thing of beauty|
|Banded jawfish looking for some attention|
|One final shot for the road|