|some more photos|
Posted by scottfiji on August 13, 2006 at 20:16:44:|
In Reply to: Lot's of Fun at Marineland posted by Max Bottomtime on August 13, 2006 at 16:31:08:
very good vis, very cold water during our dive at marineland with Phil & Merry. Lots of sculpins were out, 2 cabezons were sighted, and a spearfisher killed a baby lingcod, barely 24 inches if that. Entered and exited at the point. Theme for the day - sculpins
Cuthona Divae nudibrach
Light Bulb Tunicates
My strobe stopped working after the tunicate photo, these are all with the internal flash.
"Happy Sculpin". This photo is called happy sculpin, not because of the snubnose sculpin in the
foreground, but because of the 2nd sculpin behind him (look above his shoulder).
Snubnose Sculpin and a Sea Fan
Copper Rockfish, who just put his dorsal fins up. A gopher rockfish was right next to him.
Sculpin resting on a lemon dorid, tired from Yoga class. Maybe a smoothhead or padded sculpin
(probably an Artesius species).
Atagema alba Nudibranch, my first sighting in so-cal (not counting La Bufadora). They are hard to
spot and easily go un-noticed. (Penny spotted it).
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