Description Sechelt Inlet, British Columbia, Canada. Shallow subtidal. Extremely long rays (to 45 cm), which extend above the surface of the mud bottom. The disc is usually buried beneath the surface.Author Neil McDaniel· JPG file - 975.11 kB - 1 000 x 665 pixels
Extra information Camera Maker: Nikon Corporation Camera Model: NIKON D100 Original Time Taken: 2012:03:07 11:55:13 Time Digitized: 2012:03:07 11:55:13 Shutter Speed: 1/50 sec Aperture: f/22 ISO Sensitivity: 200 Exposure Compensation: 0 EV Metering Mode: Pattern Flash Fired: No Flash Original Width: 1000 pixels Original Height: 665 pixels Orientation: 1: Normal (0 deg) White Balance: 1 Focal Length: 60 mm Focal Length Equivalent in 35mm Film: 90
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