We swam to the reef and descended at the Rock Pile. I tried to hold 125 degree bearing, but it was likely we held 130 as we were SW of the larger mid-way rock when I spotted it. We swam over to the rock, took some pictures.
Juvenile Yellowhead Wrasse
and this shot of a Juvenile Porkfish.
We spent 5 -10 minutes taking pictures on the large Mid-way Rock, then went to the Ledge of Turtles where I got these shots:
Got this shot of a Yellowtail Damselfish on the Ledge of Turtles,
From the Ledge of Turtles, we swam to the Eastern Ledge and headed North for a ways. Turned at 1500 psi and went SW and found the cushion and Shark's Rock, so we swam South to Nipple Rock and then West to the Ledge.
As we worked our way West, I shot this Juvenile Yellowtail Damselfish on the Ledge of Turtles.
Not much current, if any, but there was a bit of a tide wash. Still we found all the landmarks and got back to the beach with an air reserve. Good day for a dive, but I was not up for a second dive. Too cold.