|Summer Solstice Diving|
Posted by c2cDiver on June 22, 2007 at 21:34:40:|
Well.... The next day. Shaw's Cove, right after high tide, 4:45 pm. The vis was Milky. Very MILKY. The parchment worms were spawning big time. I think we hit the end of them. The vis was terrible and milky. I then noticed the Wavy Top Turban Snail going off. I was diving the same time last year in Kona and saw the urchins spawning. I told myself to write this day down for next year. I didn't. Now I will.
Hopefully, the Worm Lady that sponsors the LAUPS sees the first image. She gave us a hard time at the last meeting for not showing enough worms.
As usual, these are captures from my HDV video
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