There was a fair bit of swell mostly everywhere around Dublin Bay today.
Except in my special spot. Our special spot I should say. For this is where the big bull seal tends to hang around when the weather is rough.
He must have heard me dive in and he came for a closer look. As I did not fancy a midwater collision, I decided to call it a day after two dives. Things were looking eerie enough as it was, with all the sand lifted by the waves, the water gets real dark real fast and two meters below the surface feels like a dark, cold, unwelcoming place. Even without a pissed off 150 kg seal reluctantly passing time there until the weather improves...