1/22/2009 - 012109 LJS North Wall
|Nice dive with Mike B, Kim and Terry
Viz was ok, but the Southern current was monstrous.
After diving the North Wall twice on air, I realize 32% is nearly a requirement for this dive.
Even just 3 minutes at the base of the wall sucked out a huge amount of my NDL.
The rest of the dive I was around ~65fsw on the upslope of the wall and then hanging at 20fsw over everyone on the last 8 minutes of the swim back before we hit the sand and finished off my obligation.
Some nice photos despite some uncertainty with the strobe last night.
Oh, the last picture is of some green pee looking thing. Could it be and egg casing of some kind?
Ocean Whitefish were out cruis'n
D. robilliardi laying eggs
Found a divebums reference that looks similar
Pretty sure it's a tinu Flabellina trilineata
The mystery green pod thing. Any ID help?
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