This was a very rare 3-dive day. And the reason I did not do the 4th day with my buddy Andrea was that I had to go and get some fuel for my body.
It was an amazing day, sunny, warm, calm weather, clear water. First dive, we were on the right, the sun rays were cutting through the water and bouncing off shiny scales of hundreds of stripers hanging in the shallows. I spent half of my dive with them, enjoying all the colors the coast offered me and trying to capture the beauty with my camera.
Second dive we swam to the right side, surprised by a sleepy torpedo ray. As we swam to the deeper parts the northern puffers showed more and more in numbers. That was foreshadowing what is to happen in the night dive: Pufferpalooza! And pufferpalooza it was!
Compared to my last dive with the puffers, which was evidently after a puffocalypse, this time they were mostly healthy. Those guys are just like bunch of puppies, seem like they just want to play with you(r lights).
It was a tiring but an amazing day full of diving. I was so satisfied at the end of the day that I didn’t even mind that during the dive I didn’t join they saw the torpedo ray awake and swimming.
Buddy: Andrea D.
#448: 15ft, 75min, 55F, #449: 21ft, 90min, 55F, #450: 25ft, 90min, 55F