I got in the water and dropped in about 12 feet. Swam to the reef and found the rock pile, though I had to surface to do it. Got set quite a bit to the North. Took my 120 degree bearing and really worked at holding it, but I was up in a staghorn coral patch and knew I was not on the way to the Ledge. I started looking around and just taking pictures, figured I was going on another lost dive.
Found this Fingerprint Cyphoma
A Yellow Jack,
and this Slender Filefish in some Staghorn Coral.
Then I found one of the knobby coral heads near Shark's Rock; and then I found Shark's Rock and Shark's Rock East. I swam over to the Nipple rock and went West to the Ledge of Turtles. By the time I got to the Ledge, I had about 1800 psi left. So I got busy shooting.
As you can see, visibility was pretty good on the Ledge. Wish I had taken a wide-angle lens out. I have one of the Canon utilities called Photo Stitch which will put several frames together and this seems perfect, but obviously I have a learning curve to deal with.
Found another pair of French Grunt going mouth to mouth on the Ledge.
Got this picture of a Squirrelfish,
This Golden Variation of a Yellowtail Damselfish
and this poor doctorfish with a Cymothois Isopod firmly attached under his fin.