August 17, 2003

Chumphon Pinnacle

Chumphon is one of the major dive site in Koh Tao and there is virtually good visibility guarantee (30m+), so this is no big news that we are often diving here. Major attractions are sharks (if you're lucky), the pinnacles are covered of anemones and thus there are plenty of Pink Anemonefish, and you find the usual suspects around here.

Picturing here, is Stu, a cool Divemaster from New Way doing bubble rings. Basically it's the same trick that the one with smoke rings.

Beach parking Stu posing for the camera. Stu posing for the camera. Bubbles ring, Stu's is very good at this trick Yellow boxfish....bad pictures due to fog in the housing Stu at work, making bubbles ring during safety stop Coral grouper Nudibranch Nudibranch Yellow Jackfish, bad framing and again...fog in the housing Redbarred rockcod (Epinephelus fasciatus) Coconut trees in Koh Tao

 
Posted by stephane at August 17, 2003 11:26 AM
Comments

great pics! After a really difficult week, it was refreshing to look at these beautiful pictures.

Posted by: cath on August 21, 2003 03:32 AM