Last Day of Open Water Course, Wind has Calmed Down☆

The wind had calmed down a lot since yesterday and we went diving on a sunny Ishigaki Island. However, the wind made a strong comeback this afternoon and now in the evening we can hear it howling again(;´・ω・)

We saw lots of different fishes on today’s dives again between skill practice!

The corals are looking fine today too♪ Between them a family of Tomato Anemone fishes had gathered and found a home(^O^)

We also spotted lots of shrimps☆ From the cute to the cool – I like them all(;・∀・)
Below is an Anemone Partner Shrimp♪ This one looks like it’s folding its arms in a very boss like way(≧▽≦)

Squirt Shrimp♪♪ I think it’s the most common shrimp around here, but no matter how many times I see them I still enjoy finding them☆

Feather Star Shrimp♪♪♪ There are many different colors of this shrimp, but I think I like the one below best(;^ω^)

Bubble Coral Shrimp♪♪♪♪ I often put pictures of it on the blog, but this shrimp in the bubble coral was especially ador(・∀・)able!!

It was a bit cold, but our student managed to finish her Open Water Course☆☆ Congratulations and hope to see you again for Fun Diving some day.

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