Flamboyant Cuttlefish Macro

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    My favorite species in miniature. This one measuring only one centimeter in length. Notice the rear is transparent.

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    1. Summerwind_1 76 months ago | reply

      Your Macro is Fantastic!
      World Macros

      We would love to have it in our group

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    3. littlelori 76 months ago | reply

      Such a cool creature!! Nicely done!

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    4. Kevin Eddy 76 months ago | reply

      Way to find that one!! Great catch!

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    5. frustrated.artist 76 months ago | reply

      What a beauty this is - great colors!!

      Excellent work!
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    6. NeilsPhotography 76 months ago | reply

      Lower right had displays camera used in "additional information" it was indeed a Canon / PowerShot A570 IS. The Canon / PowerShot A570 IS is not an underwatercamera and therfore an underwaterhousing was used.

    7. Sekitar (away til march) [deleted] 75 months ago | reply

      simply stunning!

    8. Charles Wright 74 months ago | reply

      What a fantastic photo of a stunning creature. Well captured.

    9. calamityjan2008 72 months ago | reply

      No....surely these can't be the real colours??? Is it like a chameleon? Now I need to know more! Great shot.

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    10. NeilsPhotography 72 months ago | reply

      Original colors for this shot. No hue tweaks. And the saturation was unchanged really,
      There v colorful cuttlefish.

    11. calamityjan2008 70 months ago | reply

      amazing. must hve it in my faves! and I think we need it here:
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    12. Mr. David W. Runyan II 68 months ago | reply

      good photography and outstanding subject.

    13. zxgirl 63 months ago | reply

      I didn't know they came that small! Too cute!

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    14. jessytimko 61 months ago | reply

      Such colors. Amazing

    15. G Slice 57 months ago | reply

      These are the coolest, most alien-looking animals on the planet.

    16. whereisnic 56 months ago | reply

      WOW! What an incredibly beautiful photo. The colours are just amazing!!!!!

    17. micronetal 47 months ago | reply

      So much color leaves me with the open mouth.....
      GREAT !!

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