Wednesday, 24 November 2010


Beau Vallon, Mahé Island, Seychelles


Joanne said...

Quero isto....por favor!

Jacob said...

Striking; almost like blue glass fish amidst a field of blue glass. Love it.

By the way, (in reference to your Oeiras blog post today) I'm reading a book by Matt Taibbi (reporter for Rolling Stone) called Griftopia. Taibbi details the causes of the financial wasn't an accident or merely laxity on the part of the banks and financial was deliberate fraud all up and down the line -- every institution: banks, mortgage companies, financial behemoths, appraisers, etc., were involved.

The scary part is nothing has changed. They got bailed out and were required to make no substantive changes.

But what can you expect when our politicians are, for the most part, bought and paid for by the corporations. That is also true in this country for a majority of our Supreme Court.

Now that is scary!

Joan Elizabeth said...

Wonderful ... the blue and the flashes of light on this shimmering bodies. This is a truly fabulous blog, there is such diversity and wonder in it every day.

Stickup Artist said...

Beautiful blue tones shot through with glimmering silver light. I can't imagine a place more magical and colorful than the world under the ocean. What I find so amazing is that you are not looking down into the water to get this shot, but are under the water, swimming among the fish!