Bare Island

A photo from Bare Island
Bare Island
A photo from Bare Island
Liz 'n the groper
A photo from Bare Island
Blue Groper
A photo from Bare Island

Maybe it was the lure of home baked snacks, or maybe it's just a classic Sydney shore dive, but eight club members rocked up at Bare Island for a Saturday morning dive. The hordes of other divers, was a good sign, but the substantial swell breaking on the east side of the island was less attractive. With minimal phaffing (despite excessive gear in some departments) everyone buddied up, kitted up and was off. Underwater, the recent rain and the swell had dropped the vis to 2-3 m, but no one got separated and everyone make it back without any navigational hiccups. The was the usual plenty of sponges, nudibranch and fish, as well as the odd cuttlefish and octopus. After the dive, Liz produced an amazing selection of snacks (Thanks you!), the perfect way to round off a morning's diving. Thank you also to Alex for organising.

A photo from Bare Island
A photo from Bare Island
A photo from Bare Island
A photo from Bare Island
Fish
A photo from Bare Island
Salvage
A photo from Bare Island
Alex 'n the groper
A photo from Bare Island
A photo from Bare Island
A photo from Bare Island
A photo from Bare Island
A photo from Bare Island
A photo from Bare Island
The anchor
A photo from Bare Island
Some fish
A photo from Bare Island
Liz
A photo from Bare Island
A photo from Bare Island
Alex and the groper
A photo from Bare Island
Reef
A photo from Bare Island
Cuttlefish pretending to be a rock