SCUBA Dive on the Kona Coast
Island of Hawaii

After leaving the boat harbor near Kona, we turned south and traveled about 30 minutes to the dive site. Like most of the coast line on the Island of Hawaii, the island is a geological infant and has not had time to erode into beaches. The result is very clear water within yards of the shoreline.

Underwater camera equipment  and film used during this dive:
Nikonos III w/15mm Lens   Dual Strobes
Film:  Kodachrome 64

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Multiband Butterflyfish and Yellow Tang
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