After the crazy seas we have had for a couple of days thanks to hurricane Sandy, it was a welcome relief to see the diving at the Blue Heron Bridge slowly returning to normal. Today’s dive was a real treat… The water was a soothing 79 degrees, visibility, albeit not yet perfect, was still quite nice with 15-20ft. It was a little dusty but the water had that nice Palm Beach blue to it.
The most exciting part of the diving was, of course, the critters we came across. From a breathtaking squadron of eagle rays, colorful nudibranchs, a stargazer, sea spider, jawfish, pike blennies, lancer dragonettes, and we finished off the dive with a minuscule lined seahorse no larger than an inch in size.
We hope you enjoy today’s photographs from our dive.
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