The first octopus was well hidden...look in the hole below the red rocks. The octopus has its legs around its head. Not easy to see, but definitely there.
#2 was sitting next to its rock and above its den.
My "regular" octopus. Mostly out of its den, but not doing much.
You can see #4's body (same color as the sand) and its eye, peeking at me from its den.
This was a surprise octopus. First time seeing it.Wouldn't you think that white rock would fall into the den on top of #5?
And I quickly looked, but couldn't find the frogfish. I do hope no one snagged it to sell.
I did pick up 2 pieces of lead weights, and the attached fishing line. And a horrible hook. This was from the deeper side, so no pix, as i wanted to get rid of that hook asap. Call me crazy.
Two small rock mover wrasse in the shallower side. They looked like twins.
Can you see the small 3 Spot Chromis near the coral at the bottom? It was guarding.
Male Box Fish
I can't tell if the earring I found was a real diamond. It looks really sparkly in person! Perhaps I'll get it tested.
Awesome clouds. It rained on me a bit, too.
Three honu sleeping on the sand.
And a Humu
And needle fish
I laughed into my mask when I saw this urchin: it looked as if it had a crown on its head. ha.
OK, having now fulfilled my daily fun, I will sign off and think about dinner. Aloha!