Open ocean dives in early September.

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Open ocean dives in early September.

Post  liquidg on 12th September 2014, 12:37 pm

Another beautiful day on the water in the southeast, certainly not perfect though!
Dave Chris and myself headed out and the vis was from 5 to 15 metres with over 19degrees water temp, (thatís been the case more some years now), for this time of year it should be around 16c, any way there was a strong current every where, so I was the only one that got in this day.

Sunrise.


Heading out


A medium sized volitan.


Paper fish.


Very tiny zero no light coral.




Bat fish spawning.


Large bat fish.


Banner fish school.


Banner fish school with grey nurse approaching


Grey nurse.


Coral


A few xmas tree worms


Tubastraea living in the substrate


A single polyp.


Starki damsel.


Sponge


Two redlines of many seen.


The bar on way home.

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