SCUBA Dive at Makaha Caverns
Island of Oahu
Hawaiian Islands
March 3, 2003

Makaha Caverns is a popular dive site on the Island of Oahu.  Protected from the trade winds by the Waianae Range, the dive site is typically calm with good visibility.

Underwater camera equipment and film used during this dive:
Nikonos V w/20mm Lens   Strobe
Film:  Kodachrome 64

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Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle
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Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle
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Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle
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Milletseed Butterflyfish
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Squirrelfish
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Trumpetfish
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Titan Stonefish
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