This time, one of the divers was a child, and so most of the dives where shallower. This actually increased the opportunities for taking pictures of wildlife.
In the night dive we got a chance to see the protective bubble formed by a parrotfish.
The water was full of jellyfish and their close cousins, and so I get a chance to get some photographs of these beautiful life forms.
A new object for exploration was a fiber optic appendage to my strobe that allowed for concentrated light. I am still learning, but so far it lead to interesting effects.
On our last dive we spent more than 15 minute with a octopus that was very sympathetic.