On Thursday I went snorkelling for the first time in a few weeks. My time was limited so I went to Henderson Point because it was on the way to where I had do go next. Unusually, mine was the only vehicle in the small parking area. Environment Canada said the wind was 12 km/hr from the south-southeast. Sea surface was only slightly wavy and the rain had stopped so I did not have to get changed in the rain.
The water temperature was 7 C and the vertical visibility was about 10 m. Typically for daylight hours at this time of year, the tide height was about 3.1 m so shallow dives were required to reach the sub-tidal life.
The visual highlights were the ochre stars and the plumose anemone shown in the video.