A queue of channeled topsnails (calliostoma canaliculatum).
A profusion of basket stars, open and feeding in the current.
Diver amidst a field of giant plumrose anemones (metridium farcimen).
A giant Pacific octopus hiding in the kelp. Although this species can reach up to 24 feet, this little guy was only a couple feet long.
A pensive red Irish lord; the golden-green flecks in its eye aid in camouflage.
A proliferating anemone, with its young growing on its column.
This was a huge 4+ ft lingcod! Amidst huge 3+ ft metridiums! Unfortunately, when placed to next each other, they both look rather normal-sized.
A frosted nudibranch (dirona albolineata), about the size of my fist.
Black and white sea flea, on bull kelp bulb.
Water jellies, reflected.