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Posted by Merry on November 13, 2020 at 14:03:02:

I was thinking that as 2020 hobbles to a close, the one thing that we as divers still have, is the ocean. Even if we grumble about the vis, or the wind, at least we have a place to go where there is no new-normal and our thoughts are occupied only with seeing what new things we can find.

Here are a few images from the last couple of months. Clicking on a photo will take you to the complete gallery of images.

Felimare californiensis on its food source, the sponge, Dysidea amblia.

Prelude to mating


Three Felimare californiensis in one spot is UNHEARD OF around here.

Pacific red octopus on the Landing Craft

Okenia rosacea

Vermilion rockfish


Juvenile blacksmith

Blue-banded goby

Black perch - Hermosa Artificial Reef

Calico bass and gray moon sponge under a piling at Hermosa Artificial Reef

Polycera tricolor - abundant right now

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