WEST SEATTLE WILDLIFE: Seen at low-low tide

As mentioned here earlier, this week brings low-low tides to West Seattle beaches. Tonight we have three photos from Rosalie Miller, whose photos of tiny plants we’ve featured previously. Above, a Lined Chiton; below, an Opalescent Nudibranch:

And here’s an Anemone:

“Gorgeous day at the beach,” Rosalie reports.

12 Replies to "WEST SEATTLE WILDLIFE: Seen at low-low tide"

  • onion May 16, 2022 (8:31 pm)

    Great job, Rosalie. Thank you for sharing.

    • Rosalie Miller May 16, 2022 (10:19 pm)

      Thank you. Low low tide and all the amazing marine life visible are truly a gift. 

  • snocone May 16, 2022 (8:55 pm)

    Thanks for sharing your beautiful pictures, Rosalie!  They’re awesome.  By the way, was the nudibranch on the sand or on the underside of a moonsnail collar?

    • Rosalie Miller May 16, 2022 (10:14 pm)

      Thank you. There were many today and those I saw were all on the sand or on boulders underneath seaweeds. I, too, look under the moon snail collars as a good bet to find them. Happy nudibranch discovery! 

  • Rick May 16, 2022 (9:46 pm)

    We live in a marvelous place. 

  • Kathy May 17, 2022 (8:13 am)

    Beautiful photos – thank you!

  • Jay May 17, 2022 (8:59 am)

  • John Conner May 17, 2022 (9:03 am)

    Great Photos!!!!

  • Anni Lanigan May 17, 2022 (10:02 am)

    Add another feather to your cap full of talents, Rosalie! You are an incredible nature photographer. Thanks for sharing!

  • Michael Ostrogorsky May 17, 2022 (4:43 pm)

    • WSB May 17, 2022 (5:41 pm)

      Anchor Park? Seacrest? Good to see the sea stars back!

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