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Cabrillo National Monument
October 16, 2004. We arrive at the Cabrillo Tide Pools around 11am and find out that the low tide is around 5:30pm. Here is a view of the tide pools before low tide. Photographer: Carl Maeda
Jenny looks out into the sea as we wait. Photographer: Carl Maeda
We will be able to walk along the shore here during low tide. We saw plenty or barnacles, periwinkles (sea snails), anemones, shrimp, some small fish and other sea life. Photographer: Carl Maeda
This whole area will be exposed during low tide. Unfortunately, my pictures turned out bad when I tried to take pictures of things under water. Photographer: Carl Maeda
Here is a little crab eating algae. He was very skittish. We had to sit here for 4 or 5 minutes before he came out. Photographer: Carl Maeda
Another crab eating algae... We also saw birds dive bombing into the water. I wish I could have taken a picture of that. Photographer: Carl Maeda
4pm. The low tide is coming. Heres a good picture of an anemone. Photographer: Carl Maeda
Here is another picture of the same anemone. Jenny also saw some shrimp and we saw a few fish but I guess they were too deep so my pictures turned out all blurry. Photographer: Carl Maeda

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