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Sea Star Tide Pool
I like these super wide angle close stuff + landscape shots. Unfortunatly, they seem to look better in the camera than than they do in pixels.
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Purple Sea Star Coming Out Of Shadow
Purple Sea Star Coming Out Of Shadow
Species: Pisaster ochraceus (Ochre Star)

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Sea Stars In Tide Pool
Sea Stars In Tide Pool
Species: Pisaster ochraceus (Ochre Star)

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Ochre Stars
These stars were the most common on the beach. I believe Piaster ochraceus is the most robust star when it comes to being left high and dry on the beach - they are always the first to be seen.
Species: Pisaster ochraceus (Ochre Star)

John Harvey Photo > Mudge Island > Ochre Stars

Red Sea Cucumber
Red Sea Cucumber, Cucumaria miniata to it's friends. These things are quite mobile - the bright red arms filter out food bits and then pull them inside to be consumed.
Species: Cucumaria miniata (Red Sea Cucumber)

John Harvey Photo > Mudge Island > Red Sea Cucumber

Great Blue Heron
These were pretty good hunters - they were pulling fish out with every strike and I didn't even see fish.
Species: Ardea herodias (Great Blue Heron)

John Harvey Photo > Mudge Island > Great Blue Heron

Tide Pool

This is on the eastern side of Cabbage Island


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Tide Pool

This is on the eastern side of Cabbage Island


John Harvey Photo > John Harvey Photo - Gulf Islands Photo Cruise > Tide Pool

Giant Green Sea Anenomes

The green globs are Giant Green Anemone (Anthopleura Xanthogrammica).  The granite in this
area make good footholds for water fed life.  The stars are Purple Stars (Pisaster Ochraceus).


John Harvey Photo > Mid Coast of BC on the Curve of Time > Spider Anchorage to Cultus Sound > Giant Green Sea Anenomes

Tide Pool

This is on the eastern side of Cabbage Island


Tide Pool

This is on the eastern side of Cabbage Island


Tide Pool

This is on the eastern side of Cabbage Island