I wrote two photos above that one should consider diving this site, South Button without his camera. that is complete bullshit, I reckon.
Any underwater photographer admits after a few drinks he would kill for a good clownfish spot.
Well dear photographer colleague, South Button is the place for you. The Spine Cheek Clownfishes are simply gorgeous there, fat and bright. First time I saw such vivid yellow bands for that specie, I'm more accustomed to the standard orange/white color combo, even for the spine cheeks.
The other frequent dwellers of this site are the octopii.. but as you know, the weird octopus is plain crap for photo. I haven't seen one good coral reef octopus picture in my life yet, not speaking about coldwater pink octopii. So when one guide points nervously to both an octopus and my camera, I just pretend I shoot the beast to please the guide and afterwards, that I mistakenly erased the picture... but the truth is that I have NEVER depressed that shutter.