A north breeze is blowing friskily over Ishigaki island and the sun is shining(≧∀≦) This is blog is from the last two days, we saw lots of interesting creatures ･:*+.\(( °ω° ))/.:+ Below, a spanish dancer nudibranch and an Indian walkman☆ They were very close to the shore and they are both poisonous σ(^_^;) Kabira bay is a treasure stove of rare marine life.
The visibility was fantastic (*^▽^*) Especially at manta point!
Yesterday’s discover scuba diver swam very well and balanced underwater ☆
Fun diving team from the last two days, thank you for diving with us! The first day we saw a manta swimming far, far away but we got revenge and saw two other manta rays very close the next day ☆*:.｡. o(≧▽≦)o .｡.:*☆
We also saw a hawksbill turtle ♪
Great visibility makes for great photos♪ They didn’t stay for long but made a dramatic entry and exit!
Yesterday, we saw a white-tip reef shark at Yonehara (*^▽^*) Usually, they are quite shy but this one kept swimming around the same place. Maybe it tried to find a good sleeping spot for an afternoon nap?
Glittering surface over the reefs, perfect natural lighting☆
Bright inside the swim-throughs too!
I hope the fine weather will continue… our boat engine broke a few days ago (＞人＜;) In times like these, I’m extra grateful for the wonderful dive community we have here. To our senpai and friends who helps us out so that we can continue to dive.