On this evening the sun set and the full moon rose. Although my water housing was specifically designed to photograph in the surf zone i had a hard time motivating in the small and lackluster conditions locally. Island i swam straight to the shallows to look for leopard sharks before all the scuba divers could go and scare them away. Once there i slowed down my game and watched as they swam before me. On my second dive i took my kayak and paddled further away from the boat to see a part of the ocean that no one on the trip had been to yet. While on my way back after the dive i saw a school of barracuda below my boat and i immediately set anchor and went overboard to look for them. The barracuda would not let me get close and i headed back to the kayak. As i approached my anchor line i saw a shark fin go into the kelp forest. Having never seen one before i stayed close to the surface for a while. Once i got a sense for their behavior i went down for a closer look. Here is a look at some of the other finds. Doubilet and mother nature. Flying fish not flying. Catalina from underwater. Eagle feeding on scraps from a sports fishing vessel. Lion thermo-regulating on an autumn like morning. In-water people photography. Thanks to the boat crew. Clevenger for making the class happen. Reply erin awsome photos. After, finalizing a moving company, they will undertake all your anxiety and will shift you accordingly.