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(Holacanthus ciliaris)

 

Dive site :- The Small Wall, Bonaire.

Taken at a depth of 17.1 metres.

 

Nokton 25/0.95

while shooting into an aquarium at the san diego zoo, these two fishes swam in such formation that it appeared as if one fish was looking at itself in the mirror

Explore Highest position # 44 on Saturday, March 21, 2009

Try shooting high ISOat ISO 4000 with handheld in the aquarium. The above shot has a clear water reflection. The place is an aquarium in Bang Sai, Ayutthaya. :)

 

ปลาสอด ในวังปลาศูนย์ศิลปาชีพบางไทร อยุธยา

 

Exposure: 1/60 sec, Aperture: f/3.3, Focal Length:70 mm, ISO: 4000

Nikon D700, Nikkor AF-S 24-70mm f/2.8G ED

Plain single shot. No flash used.

 

(No very long multi invitations please.:))

I don't know what kind of fish these are. This was at the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta.

Aquatic Centre. Newport Shropshire UK 28th March 2013

Apistogramma cacatuoides

Clown Fish and Anemone

Wonders of Wildlife - Springfield, Missouri 2018

Statue of a wonderful fish along the Thames.

When we were able to capture this amazing photo of one of Emma's Puffer fish she was acting as my art director at the time which is why I included her name on this shot. When it comes to fish, Emma really knows her subject. As a photographer, I told her that if you shoot a THOUSAND FRAMES and ONE is a hit, such as this one, then you have had a good shoot, because it makes it all worthwhile. On the night this was taken, we had an EXCEPTIONAL SHOOT !!! Thanks Emma !

Another appearance by my 3 favourite clown fish in their white anemone. Komodo indonesia

Please NO MULTI INVITATIONS and graphics in your comments, Thanks

A school of butterfly fish.

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Update: Sadly the tide pool where this (and other underwater pictures) were taken is now under a lava flow.

Camera : Canon EOS 500D

Exposure : 0.025 sec (1/40)

Aperture : f/5.6

Focal Length : 105 mm

ISO Speed : 1600

Flash : Off, Did not fire

Lens : SIGMA 105mm F2.8 DG MACRO

   

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يرجى عدم استخدام أي صورة من صوري على مواقع الإنترنت او المدونات أو وسائل الإعلام الأخرى دون إذن صريح مني

a large ( and venomous) lionfish is out hunting for dinner in the late afternoon;

 

and a warning, I have posted several fish photos today and I will not be offended if you do not look at them. But if you do like fish then I have pasted the photos in the first comment box below so if you want you can click to view.

  

One of my goldfish, Nemo the fantail. He got his name because of a half-missing fin. Most of my fish are named after guitarists. I would post pictures of them all, but they are damn hard to photograph.

Olympus Pen E-P2 with Sigma 2.8 19mm

This is a single image HDR processed in NIK HDR Efex Pro. This one is for a good flickr friend - alley cat photography - who has been posting some marvelous aquarium images. Check them out here

 

www.flickr.com/photos/lastudionyc/

 

Explore - July 30, 2011 - highest position #8 and On Front Page!

 

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sooo a few days ago my boyfriend and I went to walmart, where I decided to get a gold fish.

his name is professor pancakes.

he is obese.

Capture of this fish there at the Tampa Aquarium.

Gaps in the fundamentals of life

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