Posted by Max Bottomtime on April 06, 2014 at 15:49:32:|
Now that Spring is in the air, Winter has arrived underwater in Palos Verdes. We had 52° on Golf Ball Reef last weekend. It was a brisk 49° today. Visibility was great, about fifteen to twenty feet, but the temperature gave poor Kevin Lee numb fingers. He probably still got several National Geographic worthy photos.
We checked out an area west of our usual playground. There didn't seem to be as much to see, but I did find a heart urchin, Echinocardium cordatum out in the sand. Up in the kelp fronds was the World's smallest Polycera atra munching on bryozoans.
We hope to dive the warm, tropical waters off San Pedro next weekend. I hate seeing Kevin suffer.
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