Swam out to the reef and spotted the Rock Pile from the surface. Descended and headed up the reef at 120 degrees. I went too far, but spotted the cushion coral, so I headed SW and found the Ledge.
Got some photos of this Striped Parrotfish
and this Brown Chromis. Not a lot of unusual fish, so I decided to head over to the Shark's Rock.
Went due East from the two Coral Heads and ended up at Shark's Rock, near which I spotted this Scrawled Filefish.
I continued on to the Eastern Ledge.
I found this Giant Anemone in the sand just past the reef line.
By then I was at about 1400 psi, so I headed back first to Shark's Rock, then South to the Nipple Rock. In the Rocks just South of the Nipple Rock, I found this Greater Soapfish and got a few pictures.
I continued on to the Ledge of Turtles and along the way took this picture of a Three Spotted Damselfish.
From the Ledge, I went down the reef at 300 degrees to the Rock Pile. The water was calm, but very hazy. Killed time at the Rock Pile and left at 2 hours with 350 psi. Got another 14 minutes out of that and ended the dive at 134 minutes.