amazing sparkly colours surrounding this flatfin angel fish. vibrant colours of life. recently colours have developed a significant importance to me. futures always bring on surprises that we lease expect, some great, some that will be a struggle to face. life is that way. in between time, i will see all that i am able to see. the multiple film list that i need to make time for and all the books i want to read. everyone should have a bucket list. time is always now. so now is a good time to think about making one. jennifer kiley ~the secret keeper~
This flagfin angelfish reigning amid a colorful reef reflects a good contrast in the depths of Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park. Tubbataha is home to about 600 species of sharks and 360 species of coral – more coral species than Hawaii, the Great Barrier Reef and the Carribean combined.
NB. Photo courtesy of Angel using his Olympus Tough 8000 with PT 045 as casing.