|A male box fish near Black Rock.
|Milletseed butterfly fish.
|Virginia carved a witch to enter in the "Best Use of Stem" category. She didn't win, but we got a T-shirt.
|Two four-spot butterfly fish at Makena Landing.
|A snowflake eel at Makena.
|A green turtle at Honolua Bay.
|A white mouth moray eel at Black Rock
|Mr. and Mrs. Lizardfish hanging out at Black Rock Diner.
|Divers in the world-famous Cathedral Number One of Lanai.
|Raccoon butterfly fish and a few wrasses make a feast of eggs from a sargent major's nest off of Lanai.
|A rainbow butterfly fish off of Makena.
|Moorish idol near the Black Rock.
|Juvenile longnose butterfly fish near Black Rock.
|Hawaiian cleaner wrasse near Black Rock.
|A whitemouth morey eel with a three-spot damsel fish.
|Two juvenile homosapiens swimming near the Black Rock.
|A rock mover wrasse. The juvenile looks so different that it's called a dragon wrasse. Both juvenile and adult are strange-acting creatures. The juvenile can bury itself in the sand faster than you can blink your eye.
|Good-bye Hawaii. Next time we see you we will be here on our Oceanus.