Monthly Archives: April 2012


Blue Heron Bridge – 04/24/12

Well the dive today was short.  About 5′ of visibility.  If you weren’t touching your buddy, you couldn’t see him.  And it was a cold 71 degrees.  As I was trying to stay with Linda […]

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St. Augustine Rookery

Visited the famous St. Augustine Alligator Farm Rookery April 15, 16, and 17. It is a great place to view and photograph Florida’s herons, egrets, and other nesting birds at close range.  It is also […]

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Blue Heron Bridge – 04/19/12

The night dive last night was a little strange. It amazes me how often I can get “lost” in such a simple place. I only have a few subjects as my regulator mouthpiece tore off […]

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Blue Heron Bridge – 04/13/12

This post contains photos from April 11th and April 13th. Here are the highlights:  Found a small clump of hydroids with several Doto nudibranchs, including several laying eggs.  The Flabellina marcusorum in “nudi world”  are […]

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Blue Heron Bridge – 04/05/12

Great night dive! Didn’t go very far but found a lot of subjects. Correction, was shown a lot of subjects. Thanks Linda and Judy. First is a yellowish male Dwarf Frogfish about the size of […]

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Blue Heron Bridge – 04/03/12

Today I found my first orange Amphipod, a shrimp-like little bug about half a grain of rice in size and bright orange. Sorry, no babies on this one.  Next, as I was turning over urchins […]

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Blue Heron Bridge – 03/30/12

Went to the West side today in hopes of seeing the purple flabellina, a really gorgeous little nudibranch that showed up at the same time last year for a few weeks.  Subjects for this slide […]

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