Captain Robb Shannon elected to run errands rather than dive with us on this dive. I took my camera set up for wide-angle shooting. I was hoping to get a picture of Lennon swimming beside a Green or maybe a Hawksbill Sea Turtle.
Leo, Shannon and I got in the water and swam out to where the concrete blocks should have been, but we never found them.
We did, however, find a small Green Sea Turtle. I tried to get a picture of Lennon with the turtle, but Lennon didn't quite understand what I wanted from him.
For a time, I swam along on one side of the turtle and encouraged Lennon to swim on the other so I could get his picture, but Leo started shooting the turtle and herded it into me. Just wasn't meant to be. I gave up and went looking for the Knoll.
The first landmark I recognized was the helmut head formation SW of the Knoll. Then I saw the Swept Rock and got this shot of Lennon coming around the Rock.
Then we were on the Knoll. I didn't see any more turtles, however.
After touring the Knoll and the English Garden to the North, we swam over to the Perpendicular Rocks, where I got this picture of Lennon hovering.
From the Perpendicular Rocks, we headed SE and found the Fish Camp Rocks.
Then we swam over to the Columnar Coral
I got this shot of Lennon coming around the Coral.
From the Columnar Coral, we swam back to the Fish Camp Rocks and I got this shot of the SE most Rocks. The shot below is similar, but is three separate shots stitched together into a composite photo. The advantage to the composite is that it has more detail and can be blown up larger without losing clarity. Problem was the haze in the water.