I swam East and after a little searching found the Big Rock. This time I was ready for the Nurse Shark and got a picture of him peeking out before he dashed off.
I headed off at 150 degrees and spotted a Sailfin Blenny who was coming out of his hole to communicate with his fellows by waving his large dorsal fin. I spent about 15 minutes first setting the exposure and then catching the action. Probably should have recorded a video, but I didn't. I did get a nice 5 picture series of the action and one very clear shot of him out and at the top of his climb.
When I got to the Little Knoll, I found the Green Turtle had come by again to get cleaned. I also photographed a number of the reef fish. I spent the bulk of the dive on the knoll.
I returned to the Big Rock and along the way found and photographed a small sea hare.
It was nearly 9:00 am by the time I surfaced and got out of the water and took off the gear. The dive was 131 minutes. Water temperature was 80.6 degrees and I was chilled though not miserable. Storm clouds had gathered and it started raining before I could dry off. I hid in the cab, but the rain went on for 20 minutes and I elected to not race into the water to beat the Life Guards. I packed and drove home.