Free dive Saturday 09-02-2013

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Free dive Saturday 09-02-2013

Post  liquidg on 11th February 2013, 8:44 am

Finally we could get out and see the damage the cyclone-rain has done to our waters.
The vis on the outer reefs has come up to between 10 to 20 meters but the bar was to much to cross so we just did some free diving in not so clear waters with 1 to 3 meters of visibility.There was quite a lot of organic matter in the water that made it very hard for pics as you would expect after a cyclone.
Not to worry we had a good time as usual and caught one or two things for our aquariums in nice sunny weather and relatively calm conditions.

This is on the way out.

The vis, one of the guys 4 meters ahead of me, not real clear,lol

A few of the hundreds of tube worms around, non were wanted.

As usual there were millions, literally of banded shrimp pairs to be seen, most were no more then a meter from an other pair.

Plenty of centropyge around, non were wanted though.

A lot of green algae in polyps with the corals at the moment.

This coral is under stress and canít decide on a colour of algae to stick with,lol.

A well camouflaged ocy.

There seem to a lot of this sweet lip this year.

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Great inspiration

Post  redsoxbill on 16th February 2013, 5:42 pm

Here in North Carolina, USA we are in the midst of winter, and it is expected to snow today. It is a great inspiration that you post these collection trips and dives. Can't wait for our summer to arrive.

Keep up the great work.


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