Steve's Bommie- Yellow Tails

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    While I sort out photos from Ireland, here are some old diving pictures I have scanned in. This one is from the Great Barrier Reef, off the coast of Australia. The site was a conical coral outcrop, or Bommie, rising up maybe 60 feet from the ocean floor to just below the surface. Swarming around it were these schools of yellow tails who weren't that afraid of us divers, some of whom you can see in the background.

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    1. pinkpancakebunny 94 months ago | reply

      how did your camera not die?

    2. NowPublic 71 months ago | reply

      Thank you for sharing your photo!This photograph appears in a NowPublic news story: Coastal ecosystem destruction looms.

    3. simonleuf 71 months ago | reply

      Hi,

      I am using this picture for a blog post on Green Blog. Thanks!

    4. foturist 67 months ago | reply

      This photo has been used in the article about Great Barrier Reef at russian non-commercial travel blog community.livejournal.com/foturist_ru
      Thank you for sharing!
      We are also pleased to invite you to our Foturist group at Flickr.

    5. The_Circumference 58 months ago | reply

      Hello!

      Just wanted to let you know that your photo has been featured in a travel article on The Circumference with a link back.

      You can view the article here:
      www.thecircumference.org/experiences/great-barrier-reef
      Thanks for sharing your fantastic photo!

      - The Circumference

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