Thursday, November 23, 2006

21st November 2006

weather: sunny
sea condition: a bit choppy vis: 10 m

Guides: Nina, Jay, Lee, Bobby, Ron, Allan

The sea condition is a bit choppy today and it affects the visibility underwater. The visibility was about 10m on this day.

On this day we saw school of barracudas, leopard shark, bumphead parrotfish, jack fish, turtles and sharks. It has been kind of hard to see the school of barracudas in the past week. May be due to the currents and the tide condition for the past week. Seems like the currents are just not as what it normally used to be in Barracuda Points. But all that seems to be changing back to its normal trend again for this last 2 days. Hopefully the school of barracudas can be back often for us to see them. Everybody just loves to see them! Especially when they perform their well beloved 'tornado' performance.

Below are some of the pictures that we managed to get for all Paradise-Loggers out there.
Enjoy guys!!

A close shot of barracuda school by Bruno Detti and Lucci Allesandro

School of barracuda with Clarence's buddy, Suet Ling

Silhoutte of barracudas, image by Muto Koji

Leopard shark resting by Asanome Yuka

School of bumphead parrotfish / buffalo fish by Asanome Yuka

Gold-spec jawfish. Image by Asanome Yuka

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