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Thank you for the kind comments ame, armando and Grandpaw.
This lion-fish is, or at least was, for sale at our local Asheville Aquarium and Java Reef. They have so many beautiful fish there and really know what they're doing with the aquarium maintenance. They also sell coffee and have this nice bunch of couches all facing several enormous saltwater aquariums so hanging out and watching the tanks is encouraged.
Like this one alot, Cindy. The off centered comp, the sharpness and illumination of the subjects head/eyes as well as the colors makes a delightful and super interesting fish portrait (if there ever is such a thing lol)
nicely done, and i bet it was worthwhile knocking down the toddlers to get the shot. . . ;)
Last edited by gahspidy; 09-13-2010 at 12:03 PM.
Reason: Sticking as Featured Photo. September 13th, 2010
Holy Cow! Thanks for the sticky!! You guys do know though that those aren't his eyes right? That's a camouflage pattern illusion to make you think he's really watching you when he isn't.
Thanks for all the great comments and for the lion-fish education, I had no idea they were an invasive species here, I thought they were an asiatic fish. It's awful when people get careless.