This is dive spot that is great for underwater photographers and the site was named after how many photos that divers normally take on a dive trip here. The site is made up of a large pinnacle that comes up to about a metre below the surface. It drops down to staggering depths and is said to reach past 900 metres.
The pinnacle is found in the middle of the two main islands of Fiji and this channel provides a vast supply of nutrients to the pinnacle to feed the marine life that has congregated there. Most divers dive this site during the day and also during the night as the site is almost like two different sites with and without the sun.
During the day, the pelagic fish gather here and it is common to see very large schools of fish as the current runs through. There are groups of schooling barracuda and trevally, as well as common sightings of eagle rays, and many different sharks. The lee side of the pinnacle hosts many fans and soft corals. There is also a large swim through called the Cathedral that filters sunlight onto the large sponges and gorgonian fans. This makes for fantastic underwater photos.
At night, the dive is completely different and becomes a site for posting crustaceans. There are many crabs, lobsters, and shrimps to be spotted. There are also many flashlight fish, which light up the water.