|Insert strong current here|
|Some great photo opps on the wall despite the crappy current|
|Here we go, dive, dive, dive!|
|They could be spelling out my initials. If I were called A reverse J.......|
A couple of metres away Jill found another bristleworm on another seafan but something incredibly small waving around on top of the fan clinging on for dear live was the smallest striated seahare. I couldn't get a shot of it as the seafan was flapping around like a loose sail.
At this point the little seahare gave up the fight and let go, landing straight onto my hand! I had to grab a shot of him before I carefully put him back in a more secure position.
|He's so cute and tiny. I will call him Bert|
|No, I've never seen a happy jawfish either........|
|"Come on, put 'em up! I ain't afraid of you!"|
We also had the good fortune to find a long horn nudi scuttling about on a sponge.
Unfortunately it was about this time the blood worms started to come out in vast numbers and cause real headaches with obscuring the shot. I got a half decent one but not the real show stopper I was looking for. Maybe next week............
We were also fortunate to have a number of yellow spotted rays some of which were more than happy to follow us around for a bit and have their picture taken. Which was nice.
And on that note, Who held the baby octopus to ransom? Squidnappers! Boom-Boom! I thank you!