We found the gutter near the end of the dive.
And at the top of it was this huge jellyfish with a school of baby fish tag-alongs.
So blue but very visible. It was about the size of my torso.
Red-spotted Newts have a fairly complicated lifecycle. They begin their life as an aquatic juvenile and then grow into a 3.5-8.6 cm (1 3/8 – 3 3/8 in) terrestrial juvenile called a red eft. Efts are brilliantly colored, generally orange-red, to dull red or orange. After several years, the eft stage migrates back to breeding sites and transforms into aquatic adults. Interestingly, the aquatic adults lack gills, and instead have lungs. The adults are duller than the efts, and are usually olive-green, brown, or dark greenish-brown, with yellow bellies. Their dorsal surface is patterned with 3-7 red spots bordered in black, and they generally grow to lengths of 5.7-12.2 cm (2 ¼ - 4 13/16 in). Adult males have a high tail fin and dark spots on the back legs during the breeding season.