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Underwater Photo Location: Charlaine boat launch

Underwater Photo Location: Charlaine boat launch

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A great place to dive especially in the winter when the water is much clearer and you find tens of thousands of hooded nudibranches and many other cold water nudibranches.
Facts about Charlaine boat launch
  • It is in Canada
  • Charlaine boat launch is in the Pacific.
  • The typical depth is 0-10 Metres 0-30 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 3-10 Metres 10-30 Feet.
Dive types
shoredrysuit

Marine Life
smallkelp

Diving facilities
airnitroxrepairsinstructionguidedfriendly

Photo facilities
macrowideangle

by Marc Damant
I call this one "Translucent Hunger" Hooded Nudibranch on eel grass Taken with a Canon T2I and Canon 100mm macro and +5 diopter on an Aquatica housing

by Marc Damant
Fire on Black! This nudibranch was balanced on a piece of eel grass and against the darkening water provided an amazing contrast!

by Marc Damant
Into the fire! Opalescent Nudibranch on Eel grass.

by Marc Damant
Jelly Teddy! The Hooded Nudibranch always remind me of little soft teddy bears with fangs!

by Marc Damant
Zebra Sea Slug! This neon green slug was on an off colour for its normal background so it had a nice contrast.

by Marc Damant
Triopha catalinae a macro of this beautiful cold water nudibranch.

by Marc Damant
Clear winter waters and the sun above a mooring rope full of delicate anenomes.

by Marc Damant
Frosted Nudi.

by Marc Damant
A Little Pacific Bay Pipefish bokeh shot!

by Marc Damant
Usually a camoflauged shrimp the Blade Shrimp was crossing across a piece of bark and was very visabile.

by Marc Damant
Frosted Nudibranch on black. The peach colour is from the food it had been eating.

by Marc Damant
Hooded nudibanch a punk rocker of the nudi world!
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