BFW is a submerged cliff beginning at about 40' and ending at 105' in depth. The top of the cliff is bright and seaweed laden, as the wall drops off, the substrate quickly transforms into a bleak lunar-like vertical landscape. Visibility can range from very good to practically nothing. A coating of fine silt on the seabed can easily be kicked up by divers. The wall itself can also corral sediment, but I've also been here on days where I could see almost the entire vertical stretch of the cliff.
Landy's Ledge is around the corner of BFW. It's a submerged pinnacle of granite that starts in 60' with drop-offs in every direction which makes it a very interesting and varied dive site. This day it was very dark and most of us ran lines or followed others lines to aid navigation. The dive was swarming with cunner and this is whole area is great for macro photography of the plentiful invertebrate life.