The surf was a little rough this morning, but easy enough to get through. I swam out to the concrete blocks and descended. Headed up the gun sight, but got set to the North. I corrected for the current set when I passed Irish Thighs.
I also took a picture of the little Seaweed Blenny who has been living there for the past week or so.
Ran into a Hawksbill Sea Turtle as I headed up the the Gray Mid-way Rock and got off my bearing as I followed him around taking pictures, but I spotted the Rock and quickly got back on course. Headed North to the Perpendicular Rocks then over to the Knoll.
As I left the Swept Rock and got on the Knoll, I spotted a Cymothoid Isopod attached to a Doctorfish who was swimming by. Got this shot.
As I headed East along the South edge of the Knoll, I spotted a tiny baby Golden Variation of a Smooth Trunkfish.
Took a lot of pictures and spent a good deal of time following him around.
I was taking a picture of this Spotted Scorpionfish when he started swimming at me. I moved back several times before he stopped. I got this picture.
I did well on air: 30 minutes at 2500 psi. Should have made 2 hours, but I got cold and I spent a lot of time swimming to stay down in the surge. Any way, I came up 2 minutes shy of 2 hours.