SCUBA Dive at the
Land of Oz

Excellent surface conditions and the visibility at the Land of Oz was very good.   The Land of Oz is a locally named diving location that is very close to Makaha Caverns on the west side of Oahu.  Although the Land of Oz  diving area is smaller compared to Makaha Caverns, it can keep an underwater photographer very busy. 

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

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Day Octopus at the Land of Oz
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Day Octopus at the Land of Oz
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Day Octopus at the Land of Oz
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Tiger Moray Eel at Land of Oz
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Tiger Moray Eel at Land of Oz
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Tiger Moray Eel at Land of Oz
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Day Octopus at Land of Oz
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Green Sea Turtle at the Land of Ozq
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Mustache Conger Eel at the Land of Oz
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Mustache Conger Eel at the Land of Oz
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Sculptured Slipper Lobster at the Land of Oz
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Sculptured Slipper Lobster at the Land of Oz
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