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Posted by Max Bottomtime on September 18, 2016 at 20:53:49:

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I planned to shoot wide angle at Kevin's Reef and then macro at another location but forgot my vacuum pump for my housing. I was unable to change lenses between dives so we made our second dive at Resort Point.

The yellow faced garibaldi was no longer here but several other fish enjoyed cruising around his former rock. Black sea hares were found mating and making spaghetti at each site. Water temps are still warm at 57.

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Kevin Lee moves in on a black sea hare in the kelp

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Merry and a friend look for moray eels in the Resort Point wall

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