If you head due south from the "cut" opening at Nathans Dent, in about 2 minutes you'll arrive at one of three small coral heads. They are surrounded by sand flats and the distance between these reefs is abut 50 yards. If you're a photographer, or want to really explore a small reef without moving very much, you'll find these little reefs are loaded with life.
On each of the islands there are at least 3 spotted groupers, schools of copper sweepers, and numerous small fish varieties. Bring out a little vienna sausages and see what happens.
TIP 1: When you head south from the cut, stay at 40 ft. The vis is good enough that as soon as you see the "rock" reefs below start your descent down to them. When you want to return to the cut at Nathans, ascend to 30 or 40 ft and head north. This way you'll save both air and bottom time time. Also, this dove is a perfect nitrox dive.
TIP 2: If you're a photographer or are going with one, please be careful when you get down to the sand. ANY fin kicking can be a disaster for photos.