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QX1454-D. Fort Casey State Park on Whidbey Island in the early morning. The rock breakwater behind and to the left provides habitat for a wide variety of fish and invertebrates. Bathed by nutrient rich currents, this dive site-- commonly known as Keystone Jetty-- is best dived at slack tide and is a favorite for scuba training, underwater photography, and critter watching. Washington, USA, Pacific Ocean.<br />
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Keystone Jetty diving site sign
QX1454-D. Fort Casey State Park on Whidbey Island in the early morning. The rock breakwater behind and to the left provides habitat for a wide variety of fish and invertebrates. Bathed by nutrient rich currents, this dive site-- commonly known as Keystone Jetty-- is best dived at slack tide and is a favorite for scuba training, underwater photography, and critter watching. Washington, USA, Pacific Ocean.
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