Diving with lots of giant cuttlefish

The wind around Ishigaki island has picked up compared to yesterdayΣ(‘◉⌓◉’) Today, the sun was shining and I thought it was fairly warm but our guest got very cold! (><) We saw five giant cuttlefish. It’s still early in the season and they haven’t started laying eggs yet so they are still shy around divers. I hope we can see lots of them this year.

An ornate pipefish♫ Finding creatures like this is the best part of diving(*^▽^*)

A vivid blue frost nudibranch ☆

A tiny anemone shrip. I found it in a big thriving anemone so I hope it will grow up and become much bigger♪

An electric clam blinked back as I shone the flashlight onto it. I wonder why they do that. Is there something else besides divers’ lights that shine on them down under? σ(^_^;)

Corals in Osaki☆ Like a big forest, but under the ocean (≧∀≦)

As I write this I can already hear the north wind howling again Σ(‘◉⌓◉’) It will get cold tonight! Take care everyone, I hope we will get more sun again soon ^^

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