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Another shot from the fabulous Mana Island coral reef. With 30+m vis, the sea floor is about 20-25m down hence the blue colour but clearly identifiable coral there. We were following this turtle for a while but he/she didn't want to come to the surface. It is about 10+m down (white balance at that depth). The shot is @ 35mm with no crop so a long way down
The extent of the diversity/variety of coral is clear to see :-)

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N 28 B 491 C 2 E Aug 21, 2016 F Jan 17, 2018
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Olympus OM-D E-M1, M.Zuiko 7-14mm f/2.8 Pro

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Doing day trips from Denaru in Fiji is a great way to visit the Mamanuca islands. We went to Castaway Island and then a snorkel trip on a boat. I couldn't dive as it was <24 hours til I was flying. I didn't need to! We one to a reef just off Mana Island and it was superb! Amazing 30+m vis and pristine coral reef. The best I have seen for a very long time. There were no dead, broken or bleached section. Maybe we haven't destroyed them all yet.
This is a typical shot adjusted for white balance to bring back the colour... and just how colourful is it :-)
The reef was deeper than you would expect and with the great vis, it went on forever.
The divers drifted with us but 10m down. I was duck diving down about 7m and was nearly at their depth.... we weren't missing anything.

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N 35 B 414 C 15 E Jan 17, 2018 F Jan 16, 2018
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I walked in one of my favorite parks in Kuala Lumpur, the Taman Tasik Perdana, Lake Gardens. The lake was formed in 1888 when a dam was constructed to control the waters of the creek, Sungai Bras-Bras. Today it remains one of the nicest parks of the city.
Here's a Peacock Pansy, Junonia almana. It's licking away on the foliage of a Straits Rhododendron, Melastoma malabathricum. Just look at that marvellous tongue. Quite yellow-orange and thus belying the Latin name of our plant, Melastoma, derived from the Greek for Black or Dark Tongue. It came by that name because the pulp of the edible fruits stains your mouth blue or almost black (www.flickr.com/photos/87453322@N00/6075530425/in/photolis.... What exactly Junonia's leaf succor is here, I'm not quite sure. Perhaps just some dew.

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The sparrows are not shy, and will eat from people's hands in the Parque del Buen Retiro, Madrid. See my entire Spain set here: www.flickr.com/photos/rynjim/albums/72157685184839146

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