The hard corals were in good condition.
The colors were sensational.
Damselfish of all colors swam among the corals.
This beautiful Butterflyfish is not in my guide book.
Butterfly fish are usually seen in pairs.
I have not identified this orange-nose butterfly fish.
The Dusky Anemonefish were not shy.
Pugnacious Dusky Anemonefish
A Black-and-white spinecheek nuzzled a soft coral.
Parrotfish and friends
Some of the coral was quite large.
I have not identified this soft coral which appears to be colonizing by suffocating its neighbors.
View of soft and hard corals, with Lorna in the upper right corner.
Damselfish peeking out from branches of hard coral with its white points of new growth.
Parrotfish at a cleaning station. Black striped fish is the cleaner.
Large, healthy coral at low tide
As I swam back to the boat, a Green turtle swam up towards me.