What a beautiful day for diving it was on Saturday. A few days in a row the wind was coming from southish direction, allowing sediments to settle down, providing us a nice visibility and a flat calm seas. So we went to Folly Cove.
Sure enough the nudis were still there. We started the dive on the right reef, up to the big stone wheel then crossed over to the left wall. The nudi of the day was the doto. A saw quite a few of them, though still could not get a decent photos, since there were so tiny and white!
There were other kinds of nudis as well, but I didn’t see as much variety as I saw last time in Halibut Point. However, I managed to see another “new to me” species, Cuthona gymnota. That was cool. I love that even though I dive so often, I still see something new almost in every dive!
After the dive itself, obviously my favorite part of the whole process is to go through my photos and edit them. I like to zoom into 100% and look into details that I am not able to see under water, and damn, how much I miss due to lack of magnification in my eyes. There are so much hidden in the details. It is fun to open the photos and realize other creatures photo bombing without me realizing. This week a shrimp next to the seavase was the surprise. Funny enough, I was looking for those shrimps and couldn’t see any during the dive. I had to come home to see one 😀
I don’t know the details of the dive, since I left my computer at the Folly Cove. Thanks to Cape Ann Divers (Mary and Dave), I will get too see it again 😀
Dive buddies: Jason Feick and Dan Hedrick
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