I never get tired of watching the huge schools of fish grazing on algae and flowing with the waves. I snapped over a hundred pictures before I was forced to head back to shore as the cold and shivering started to take its toll on those normally steady camera hands. The water had a fair amount of particulates, probably due to the recent rainstorms and, perhaps, due to people feeding the fish nearby so not all of the pictures were clear enough to keep. However, here are a few to give you an idea of the amazing variety of fish.
Convict tangs (Manini in Hawaiian) and Blue-lined Surgeon
Blue Parrotfish and Convict tangs
Threadfin Butterfly fish
White bar Surgeon and Convict Tang