|Copyright: Roland Parton (ahmet54)
|Date Taken: 2016-03-05|
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|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2016-03-25 3:54|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Blue Tang or Blue Surgeonfish (Acanthurus coeruleus) captured in shallow water. It's one of my first underwater photographs because I recently bought a cheap water-proof camera for holidays at Cuba. Although the quality of the pictures is not as usually I was satisfied by the results. I was impressed how many different species of fish you can see in depth of less than 1 meter.|
One interesting fact of Blue Tang is that the colours of juvenile is yellow and changes to blue when becoming adult.
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- [2016-03-25 11:17]
Thank you, Roland, for this invaluable contribution of marine life. Always
especially appreciate these photographs so complex that for many reasons
I understand capture underwater species. A big hug.
- [2016-03-25 19:36]
As you already stated the overall quality is not what you normally post, but considering this is a compact camera it looks pretty nice to me. Your fish reminds me of(Dora)in the kids movie(Finding Nemo). I have ten young grandchildren, so you know what movies I get to watch over and over....:)
The light blue color is very pretty, I especially like the dark blue outline on the dorsal fine, tail, and lower fins. Very nice! TFS.
- [2016-03-27 1:46]
Hi Roland,an excellent underwater capture of this beautiful blue fish,very good sharpness despite the difficult light,i like it! Happy Easter and thanks for share,Luciano