Wednesday, November 30, 2005
Thanks to Diane, Liz, and Nick for a great dive at the pier this morning. For those of you losers who were invited but chose to get "beauty sleep", you missed a great dive. Once again it seems that the best time for a pier dive is in the early morning at low tide. The visability was a bit compromised from the rain last night, but we experienced virtually zero current. Hope you enjoy the photos.
Tuesday, November 29, 2005
Monday, November 28, 2005
Diane and I headed out early this morning to our favorite dive site known by a couple different names, including Sand Box or Sandy Bottom. Diane is the unlimate spotter of all things small. And today she did not disappoint, finding a number of species of frogfish as well as an amazingly small
lion fish hatchling. Visability was about 15M with a light current from the east.
Sunday, November 27, 2005
This little green fish is quite small, maybe around 1cm. The brown thing on the left is actually a blade of sawgrass. Both were swaying in a slow current at the Sand Box. If you happen to know the species of the little green fish, please let me know. Click the "comments" button.
Cleaner shrimp on a sweetlips at Dili Rock. This photo was taken at about 14M on Saturday. Just as the sweetlips swam away a cold current came along pushing a mass of tiny fish and murky water. 20M of visability turned to 5M in about 15 seconds. Diane and I decided to spend the rest of the dive in shallow water just about the cold current.