The marine life under Rapid Bay jetty seems to be getting better and better over the last few years after the hit it took when the new jetty was built.
The fish life is abundant and the sea-grass beds a re looking better than ever.
What does seem to be taking its time to recover are the large algae, especially the kelp which adorn the deep pylons at the end of the old jetty.
As this is one of my favourite dive locations I will be keeping a very close eye on this place both above and below the water.
Photo: Robert Rath, ‘Rapid Bay Looking West’, 1/200s f/13 ISO640 150mm