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Babies – sea life


Don’t get all excited! It’s not children or infants. How do you know fish are small? They were very small. I know. But if you shoot them in scale they will be dots in your post. And if you shoot them close, they will look like mature adults. Pediatricians are very very fond to say kids are not miniature adults. And, you can readily tell, most of the time. There are exceptions in which adults dress and make up their kids to be glamour kids. Fascinating, but so weird. Hey! That’s a whole industry right there. But the crown of thorns and blue spotted ray are indeed juvenile. And they look like mature adults. So you have to trust me. As in, “Trust me, I’m a doctor.”


One response

  1. Very lovely images. You are so fortunate to see such a variety of marine life.

    July 6, 2016 at 5:52 pm

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