Thus, we swim up to the Cliffs, that close the Bay from the left side.

Some of their baldy summits project upon the water surface particularly at the ebb, and wear white fickle trails of foam when the sea is rough.
Beneath the intertidal line rocks' surface is covered with the same shaggy, slightly bleached carpet of light-requiring vegetation as in the Bay. As well, wrasses and sea breams graze here, just like this kin of Oblada melanura.
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