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|This photograph was taken with a handheld Canon Powershot D10 underwater camera by my wife Claire whilst snorkelling off a beach in Ras Al Hadd; along the western coast of Oman.|
The Green Turtle (Chelonia mydas) is classified as endangered on the IUCN red list. it is found throughout the world in tropical regions and is the most common turtle nesting and feeding along the coast of Oman.
An estimated 20,000 females nest each year in the region, Oman therefore is very important to the survival of this species.
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- [2010-01-02 3:29]
above all a warm HAPPY NEW YEAR 2010!
Health, happiness and only happiness.
Welcome to TN, reviews beautiful and more points.
At the beginning of the year we have an exceptional picture, congratulations.
I realize how difficult is it.
From now on we have available a whole year to be able to admire your beautiful photos.
The best thoughts and wishes,
- [2010-01-02 3:35]
First a very warm welcome on TN.
I hope you are going to enjoy it in the smae way as i do.
Your picture looks great, very sharp with very nice colors.
Thank you for sharing it and i am curious to your future posts.
Very beautiful shot of this turtle swimming under water,
the colors are fantastic and the details are very sharp
i wish you a great year 2010 with a lot of beautiful pictures
- [2010-01-07 15:09]
Welcome to this site. I hope you will enjoy your journey here and learn lots about
nature and photography. This is a lovely shot with the streaks of light illuminating
the turtle through the shallow waters. At the angle of the shot, those front flippers
almost looks like wings, but I suppose one can argue that these creatures fly in the
water. Good details show. A little more contrast & saturation could perhaps have
increased the visual stimulus.
Well done and TFS.