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|Pterois antennata or Broadbarred firefish is a fish of the genus Pterois. Found in the tropical Indian Ocean and Western Pacific, it grows to a maximum of 20 centimetres (8 in) and packs a venomous sting. The typical habitat of a broadbarred firefish is in lagoons and reefs, where it hides during the day and hunts shrimp and crab during the night.|
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nice composition, TFS Ori
Something unique here....A fascinating image with very nice colors and perfect exposure. Excellent image with lovely light and best clarity. I like especially the contrast against the dark background and the superb vivid colors. As usual a perfect photo.
excellent idea. Perfect point of view. Amazing colours and details.
Thanks for sharing,
- [2012-10-07 12:31]
I must admit at first glance I thought this was a Lionfish, but I now see it's not. Super job of photographing it in such fine detail and perfect exposure. Love the black BG. Superb work!!
Fine shot and the black BG makes the small image loom from the darkness! I like it very much, but wanted to do a WS to see how fabulous the fish (focal point) might be ... doubtful that it will be an improvement over what you have presented.
Simply Great Shot, George.