Finally got wet again after a small dry spell, nothing exceptional as far as photos go, but I did verify a food source for a nudibranch which was exciting!
I’ve had a hunch I was finding the correct food source, but took me a while to verify. I spotted eggs, searched for 5-10 minutes and was about to leave when I spotted a tiny Polycera Atra.
The food source is a bryozoan called Bugula, and should make it easier to find (and improve my shots) moving forward, as the individuals I spotted were TINY. At most, 5mm and a couple in the 3 mm range.
After that, I fought the surge in a deep swim through trying to get a decent shot on a Porter’s Chromodorid and a little goby practice shooting as well.