South Australian divers familiar with Rapid Bay Jetty will often talk about diving the ‘T’ Section.
This section of the old Rapid Bay Jetty has always been the jewel of marine life below the old jetty structure. Here the steel pylons grouped very close together provide cover for schools of reef fish while the complex bottom rubble supports a diverse benthic ecosystem.
I captured this under-over image today as the poor post weather fallout has left Rapid Bay a milky blue with only a few meters of visibility rendering the underwater scenery foggy and indistinct.
I’m looking forward to trying this image again when the conditions improve.
Photo: Robert Rath, ‘Diving The ‘T’ Section, 1/250s f/4 ISO320 8mm