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Posted by Max Bottomtime on July 09, 2016 at 19:24:06:

We waited until it was light enough at 5:30 this morning to look at the beach cameras. It was a little bumpy but calm. We hurried to the marina and managed to get in two dives before the wind came up.

There was surprising little water movement at the crane and Golf Ball Reef off Haggerty's. We weren't used to taking photos without getting knocked around. Visibility was OK at 15-18 feet and we had 58 during the first dive. The incoming tide dropped the temperature to 53 for our dive at Golf Ball Reef.

If we get lucky we may even try for a sunrise dive tomorrow.

 photo GBR 8_zpsv9dnco5b.jpg

 photo GBR 7_zpssbkiyg4o.jpg
Protula sp

 photo GBR 5_zpswv5b5dnj.jpg

 photo GBR 4_zps8tukf9do.jpg
Yellowfin fringehead, Neoclinus stephensae

 photo GBR 6_zps3sj082up.jpg
California scorpionfish, Scorpaena guttata

 photo Crane 3_zps53wof9gu.jpg
Rockpool blenny, Hypsoblennius gilberti

 photo Crane 2_zpskdjm1ipw.jpg
Sheepcrab, Loxorhynchus grandis

 photo Crane 1_zps6ulqfqgq.jpg
Garibaldi eggs

 photo GBR 3_zpshdp3pam9.jpg
Guardian of Golf Ball Reef



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