Rock 2, K4UJ
Rock 3, OH2BH and BA4RF
Rock 4, W6RGG
Rock 4 under the moonlight as seen by Joe, AA4NN from Rock 1. This photo exemplifies the loneliness and isolation one felt while operating during night time shifts.
James, 9V1YC on 20 mtrs 4 May just before working N1DG :-)
The low-tide well before sunset made approaching the rocks very difficult and caused operating shifts up to 15 hours! Here is safe area, but walking on the reef for most part was soft with sharp coral masses and hidden empty pockets that made you suddenly drop to your waist and call for help from others. It was very dangerous! Here Paul, K4UJ is making his impossible way to a shift change toward the edge of the reef belt.
Sunrise on the Reef
First view when we arrived at the reef
Low tide on the Reef
Tom, ND2T, caught this picture of the fish under Rock 2
A rain shower over Deep Blue
Deep Blue, our transport