Weybourne - Sunny July 05


When the the sand is out and the sea is calm its hard to better the gentle diving off the beach at Weybourne. All we could have asked for was slightly better vis but it was warm and bright and so neap there was about 3 hours of slack.

We were able to tempt Josie, our Seasearch course tutor out with us so we got more of our course done and met up with more friendly members of North Norfolk Divers.

Lightbulb tunicates (squirts)
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In your face Mr Lobster
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Compass jelly being bothered by tourist
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Lurking lobster
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Sexy harbour crabs
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Dahlia anemone
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Squat lobster - with his own squirts
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Happy decorator spider crab - guarding its lighbulb squirts
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Janolus cristatus slug - you can tell by its Mohican hairdo
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Slug, squirt and sponge
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Sadly this Compass jelly is surrounding by floating snot - otherwise it would look great...
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John, the most cheerful boatman for years
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The only sunstar we saw - is it attacking or running away?
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The odd couple
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More squirts
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Plumose anemone
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An Elegant anemone looking elegant, of course..
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Little dead man's finger
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The Flabellina Pedata family out for a walk
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If you look carefully you can see Dawn - behind the anemone covered prop shaft
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Although heavily pregnant Sharmaine was still up for a fight...
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Anemones creep up behind a dim crab
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Dawn by the spare prop, beneath the prop shaft
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On the way up from the engine
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Baby Bib
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Prawn!
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An elegant anemone slumming it on the sand
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Crystal clear plumose anemone
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An eel pout - apparently unusual...
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Beadlet anemone
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Rob Spray.