A continuing log of dives and commentary on items of interest to students at Cordova Diving.
13 March 2012
Alone on the Big Coral Knoll
Yesterday was rough and I was tired, but today was just as rough. East wind gusting to 25 knots. Large breakers on the sand bar and poor visibility even out on the reef.
I got some nice shots of a Seaweed Blenny
a Juvenile French Grunt
and Mat Zoanthid.
I spent time tracking a Smooth Trunkfish, but just got some regular shots, no face-on shots.
Found a group of Sergeant Majors and a Bluehead.
I was cold at the end of the dive, however, and decided against making a second dive.
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