Following is octopus #1 just after it blew sand into the water. Trying to get me to vacate, no doubt.
This one did come out more after I went away then sneaked back.
Octopus 2 was in there, but hard to catch on film.
This is what the octopus looks like when it has blown sand...it ends up with a lot on itself!
#1 was the one that showed itself the most. The other two had the main objective of hiding well.
Tiny 3 spot damsel, protecting its coral.
A group of 7 Moorish Idol fish. I rarely see that many together.
The remains of a lobster meal.
A cleaning station awaiting customers.
This cone shell appeared to have someone inside. I hope it was the usual animal...
Peacock Grouper moving around.
The Picasso Humu
Pinktail Durgon in the deep side.
Snakeshead Cowry shell
Snoozing seal, guarded by Seal Lady #1!!! Sadly, she's going home for a bit, but we will be excited for her to return in the fall.
Yellow Tail Coris. So pretty.
A group of HumuThe juvenile of the Yellow Tail Coris. So different than the adult
Male Box fish
A very nice swim. And I gave no lectures...trying to be good!