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Posted by Max Bottomtime on June 14, 2014 at 15:13:53:

Conditions at Golf Ball Reef were slightly less than horrible this morning. The wind came up at 10:00 so we rushed for cover after one dive. Most of the usual suspects were hiding from the surge and dirty water. I decided to try something a little different today. I don't usually shoot sea stars and gorgonians.
They're just too easy, not moving and all.
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