85' of water, 15-20' vis with lots of backscatter. Water temps in the low 60sF and air temps in the high 40s or 50sF by this time. Boat torpedo'd in WWII by German UBoat ~9 miles offshore Pensacola, FL.
Spades schooling around the frieghters boilers.
Toadfish hiding away.
Found this dude hooked up in the wreckage when I descended the anchorline. I cut him free after snapping the pic.
75' of water, w/20-25' of visibility. Same water temps, air temps in the upper 50s-lower 60sF. Barge accidentally sunk prematurely while being towed to another destination to be sunk purposely for an artificial reef.
Trigger fish hiding amongst the rubble.
Queen Angel fish swimming around the remains of the structure.
One of my dive buddies exploring the remains of the wreckage.
Excuse the white balance and the wide open WA shots. I didn't shoot RAW and there isn't much light at ~80' for colors to show through(especially that day with a layer of crud in the first 20' of water). I should have brought a white slate w/me... Not enough light for the WA shots so they look pretty crummy as well. All shot with Olympus 5060WZ in an Olympus PT-020 UW Housing, used internal flash only(which obviously didn't help much).
Fun dives though