25 Beautiful Images of Seashells - The Photo Argus
Seashells are excellent photography subjects because of their lovely colors, interesting patterns, and elegant beauty. They're also easy to find. Even if
“I went to the woods because I wanted to live deliberately. I wanted to live deep and suck out all the marrow of life. To put to rout all that was not life, and not, when I had come to die, discover that I had not lived.”
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The Zebras and Tigers of the Sea
Seahorses! They can be colorful chameleons, changing to adapt to their backgrounds. But some have distinctive patterns of their very own. Like Zebras... and Tigertails. Want to see? Pretty amazing! Zebra seahorses can be found living in Australian coral. And then there's the Zebra-Snout seahorse: And now for the Tigertail seahorse! And if you think these photos are amazing, wait until you see my close-ups of seahorse faces...coming up next post! Leave a comment and let me know what you think…
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Mantas of Yap, the small Island of Yap is also famous for its "resident" large Manta Rays and many other amazing ddive sites. Yap, Micronesia | Gunther Deichmann
The small Island of Yap know for its Stone Money located in the South Pacific and is part of Micronesia. Time has stood still in this part of the world and the Yapese treasure even today their culture and tradition. Women walking around topless without a shame and go about their daily life. But Yap is also famous for its "resident" large Manta Rays and many other amazing ddive sites. Yap, Micronesia