- Tenfold (932)
- [2011-07-01 7:36]
Never saw anything like this before!? My guess is you stepped on it with a snow boot... ;-)
Nice colouring. Sensibel positioning. The sharp focus on the head is spot on.
- gaillarde (6)
- [2011-07-01 8:07]
This is a very curious fish and original position.
It is a Remora, type of fish of the family Echeneidés.
While clinging to its host, the remora is carried gracefully by sharks,
turtles and whales in the seas around the world.
Beautiful photo. Bravo and TFS.
Friends, even good trip and a good weekend.
- joopschotsman (6930)
- [2011-07-01 11:06]
:-O it is exactly the profile of my tyre !!
Good capture of this interesting subject.
- mushtaqhussain (13921)
- [2011-07-01 11:35]
Wonderful fish with amazing feature captured well with strong contrast colors,very well done.
- jimmyjimmy (127)
- [2011-07-01 19:21]
MAybe it is a Alien..He he he . This is a very unique looking fish. TFS
- lavan (4208)
- [2011-07-02 0:51]
nice pattern over the head of the fish
good lively (of course it it dead) shot
- Saba (21534)
- [2011-07-02 7:17]
Hello Ali :)
Greet after the pause, I am pleased very much to again are with us :):)
The fish looks incredibly and I see her thanks to You first time.
You showed her in colour and perfect light magnificently.
I congratulate on realizations!
- mamcg (10560)
- [2011-12-07 20:30]
Salaam Ya Ali,
For you there are lot to shoot but for us there is the radius of 5~7 km that me with bro do try to enjoy, it is well shot with vivid colours and thank you for sharing.
- CallMeMaria (24780)
- [2011-12-12 7:15]
Incredible discovery! It seems as if the fish was run over by a tractor! Nature is endless in its creations!
- nicou (50772)
- [2011-12-13 4:17]
super compo e timage fantastique quel poisson noir avec ce rouge ces arrête, superbe compo fantastique.
Bravo et amitié
- MLINES (9125)
- [2012-05-12 17:52]
Hi Ali, Wonderful to see this creation of nature. It certainly is remarkable. I've seen similar fish hanging onto sharks etc in a documentary, but this is good to see how they do that! TFS. Murray