SCUBA Dive at Sharks Cove
North Shore Oahu
Hawaii
July 16, 2006
 

Surface and water conditions were good as we entered the sea at Sharks Cove.

Officially known as Pupakea Beach Park, Sharks Cove is a popular snorkeling and SCUBA diving area during the summer months.

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

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Triton Trumpet Shell at Sharks Cove
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Plump Sea Cucumber at Sharks Cove
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Hawaiian Bigeye at Sharks Cove
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Convict Tang Surgeonfish at Sharks Cove
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Crown of Thorns Starfish at Sharks Cove
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Juvenile Hawaiian Cleaner Wrasse at Sharks Cove
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Hawaiian Cleaner Wrasse
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Ornate Butterflyfish at Sharks Cove
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Pufferfish at Sharks Cove
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Stout Moray Eel at Sharks Cove
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Stout Moray Eel at Sharks Cove
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Whitemouth Moray Eel at Sharks Cove
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Yellowmargin Moray Eel at Sharks Cove
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Manybar Goatfish at Sharks Cove
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