Photos - Gililawa Laut Part 1
Coral & Fish of Gililawa Laut
It is hard to believe some of these feathers are corals. I’ve seen hats with these on top.
This is when I really could use internet to find out the names of the corals, upside down coral. This looks like Captain Klinger’s helmet.
This piece of coral is a hyacinth blue, really quite spectacular.
This looks like someone pinched these together.
I think Mother Nature mimics herself; if this was green we would call it a cedar branch.
The water above the coral reflects the colours of the coral and the bottom.
These are the singing organs, heart, stomach, and the pipettes. La, la, la, la, la, la, la.
These photos were taken in a pass with a very strong current, you could swim back to get a photo of the coral as you were going by, but the fish photos were much harder to get, it was like I was on moving pedestrian walkway, fish on one side my camera on the other.
The fish are continually eating, you would think with this many fish there might be a few little tiffs, but they just swim and eat.
I tried a number of times to get the two orange fish together; luckily we were all going in the same direction.
It is difficult to see his real eye at first glance, all you see is the big eye, plus the brown and yellow mark across his eye makes it even harder to see the real eye. I find this type of camouflage confusing as he is bright yellow with a big eye, who can miss him???
I can fly, I can fly, I can fly!