I get to the Mid-way Rock at 30 minutes. The water temperature is 69 degrees and I start shivering at the Rock. My breathing is erratic, as well. Its been 11 days since I was last in the water. I begin breathing very slowly and counting during the exercise. I get some control.
There were a number a French, Smallmouth and White Grunts on the Perpendicular rocks, but this little Sergeant Major is the only fish who posed for me. The rest took off.
The Yellow Fanworm in this picture was well hidden in a crack in the coral head. It was quite a trick to get the strobe to light it.
What is impressive about this shot of a Flamingo Tongue is how stripped the sea rod is after the snail has grazed it.
Dive time was 112 minutes.