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TA0135-D. Scuba diver (model released) explores beneath old wharf at Fort Casey State Park on Whidbey Island. These pier pilings-- and the nearby rocky reef at Keystone Jetty-- are one of the best shore dives in the Pacific Northwest. Here, Northern Feather-duster Worms (Eudistylia vancouveri), Painted Sea Anemones (Urticina crassicornis), plumose sea anemones (Metridium farcimen), and a Mottled Sea Star (Evasterias troscheli) cling to a rotting wooden piling. Washington, USA, Pacific Ocean.<br />
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diving among pier pilings in Washington
TA0135-D. Scuba diver (model released) explores beneath old wharf at Fort Casey State Park on Whidbey Island. These pier pilings-- and the nearby rocky reef at Keystone Jetty-- are one of the best shore dives in the Pacific Northwest. Here, Northern Feather-duster Worms (Eudistylia vancouveri), Painted Sea Anemones (Urticina crassicornis), plumose sea anemones (Metridium farcimen), and a Mottled Sea Star (Evasterias troscheli) cling to a rotting wooden piling. Washington, USA, Pacific...
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Date: 11 Feb 2015
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