Tickle Me Pink

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    The Giant Caribbean Anemone (Condylactis gigantea) comes in a wide variety of different colors. However, this one in Bonaire (Netherland Antilles) kind of stood out from the rest! Pink is a nice color, don't ya' think?

    This creature is not particularly harmful, but has been known to cause minor irritation to some people. I guess we have something in common. 0)

    annappleaday, issuez, linternauta2000, and 6 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. aolima 110 months ago | reply

      Very nice!!!

    2. laszlo-photo 110 months ago | reply

      Thanks Alberto! I am so glad that you like it. Very colorful; maybe like in Salvador? :-)

    3. laszlo-photo 110 months ago | reply

      Thanks Ann. I am glad you like it. I welcome your critique any time (good AND bad). I'd like to improve my skills. I've seen your work. You turn ordinary subjects into fabulous works of art.

    4. Jimbo1239 110 months ago | reply

      Fantastic ... incredible details and color. I worked with a guy that did lot's of underwater stuff ... I know it ain't easy to get good shots !!

    5. laszlo-photo 110 months ago | reply

      Hey Jimbo1239. (I love your buddy icon). Thanks for the compliment, I really appreciate it.

      Stationary subjects such as this anemone, and snails and slow moving crustaceans are easier to shoot than the fish and octopi in my photostream. The later subjects move, turn away, change color, and... well sometimes just hide. The shots must be composed and taken quickly, all while wearing a scuba mask and assorted breathing equipment. It has its challenges... but ya' know, there's nothing else I'd rather be doing! Take care.

    6. laszlo-photo 110 months ago | reply

      Thanks issuez ...pink is my favorite crayon...

    7. Reef Reflections 110 months ago | reply

      Any critters hidding in there?

    8. laszlo-photo 110 months ago | reply

      He he he. I'm sure there are Reef! I already looked through the full sized scan version ...didn't find anything though... did you?

    9. aolima 108 months ago | reply

      In the coast of Salvador it exists, frequently this species, here we called it Paciflora anémona.

    10. laszlo-photo 108 months ago | reply

      Alberto, agradecimento, gratidão. Thanks for the information.

    11. arthurmlee1 47 months ago | reply

      Beautiful shot! Chancing upon your incredible collection really made my day and I've spent the last two hours admiring your images. Thank you. I'm considering using this image in a reef id app called PocketReef in the next update. Hopefully you have an iOS device. Image credits are in the ABOUT tab. Free on iTunes here

      Kudos and thanks,

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