Wide angle was a b*tch to light today and no matter how wide I went, the particulate always caused a bounce here and there. Damn you mother nature!! But the angelfish, triggerfish and snappers were out on patrol with a good selection of sergeant majors to boot.
Still, not to be thwarted we waited till the sun got low in the sky and went out to see what we could see in the night time.
|Scuba cat continues to provide surface support from the best (warmest) vantage point.|
There was a fair few adult octupus roaming over the wall tonight as well as the usual culprits of peacock flounders and yellow spotted rays. There was also a healthy sprinkling of juvenile sharpnose puffers asleep in the sponges just ripe for a photo or two.
Not to mention the plethora of gobies and wrasse hangin in and around the coral heads, the tricky little devils. they were no match for my macro lens and snake like reflexes however! (note: snake like reflexes are an optional extra).
|I see you. There is no escape!|
Looking closely I noticed a small movement about an inch up from it and found a fantastic juvenile gold line sea goddess! A stroke of luck or what?
|I love my nudis|
|I hate blood worms|
|"Are you looking at me? are YOU looking at ME???"|
|Mother (or father?) with squalling brat in tow.....|