Ned went diving last month in Palau, a destination we had long wanted to visit. I had to change plans at the last minute and stay home with my parents so I missed out on the trip but we are counting Ned’s visit as a recon for a future visit when we can both go. This week on Blenny Watcher we share some of my favorite images from his visit. They range from a speck of an algae shrimp to… a shark! Yes, here on Blennywatcher, a shark photo by Ned DeLoach, but don’t get too excited – he took it with his 60 mm macro lens.
Portraits from Palau
Tags: Amphiprion perideraion, Arrowhead Soapfish, Barramundi, Belonoperca chabanaudi, Bluestriped Cleaner Wrasse, Cave Pygmygoby, Cephea cephea, Cheilinus undulatus, Crown jellyfish, Humphead Wrasse, jellyfish, Naso surgeonfish, Palau, Pink Anemonefish, Trimma taylori