I got to the beach about 5:45 am and geared up. I was in the water by 6:20 am but wanted to get out to the sea rod before descending. I couldn't find it and I couldn't fight the surface current, so I just went down. Things were better on the bottom. I made my way slowly to the reef, then South to the concrete blocks. I looked for the little sailfin blenny I have been photographing, but he was no where to be found. I swam around looking for another one, but I could not find any. Went back to the blocks, and my little guy was there, so I settled in and took a few shots to try and get a good angle. Then I sat there for well over an hour shooting the blenny every time he would wave his huge dorsal fin. I ended up with probably 100 shots, of which 18 were good shots of the blenny doing his dance. These are the four best shots.
I guess the next thing is to shoot video of the whole thing. I headed back to the beach and found the sea rod this time. Ended the dive at 151 minutes and a .35 ft3/minute RMV.