Highlights from September 2014

I did a lot of fun diving in September, as a few people were leaving Koh Tao, so it was nice to spend some quality time underwater. It's also very relaxing and chilled out to dive with friends as opposed to customers, and we all enjoy taking it very slow to look for special things. So this update has a lot of nudibranches, of course. New discoveries include some tiny crabs that live only in certain green table corals, and a spotted snake eel at Mango bay. I also saw a turtle for the first time since I got the new camera, finally.

Things are pretty quiet on Koh Tao, and I took this opportunity to send my camera away to get a spot removed from the sensor. So there won't be a lot of photos, if any, for October. In the meantime I'm doing other work to get by, even some videography which I haven't done in a long time. Anyway, enjoy this batch of photos.