Diving Angol

April 2, 2016

A greenish, murky fog affected the under water visibility. Algeas are still there in abundance. It’s also the hight of the season for many underwater plants.

Anomaly: Usually the deeper one gets the water cools down quiet smooth. Today it seemed, there was a layer of warm water of about one meter over a significant cooler layer of water.


Blue-Striped Cardinal Fish, Yellow Tail Fusilier
Damselfish is defending it’s territory against my camera.
Calm Waters, High Tide, 3 pm, hot (33°C)

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My only talent - if it is one at all - is to notice things that others find not worth looking at. Or to put it this way: I see things differently - as everybody does! The name 'Tescheniz' is an anagram.

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