Wordless Wednesday #6 - November 7, 2007

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  1. Here's Jerry interacting with some very tame Lined Butterflyfish (Chaetodon lineolatus) at Honaunau, Hawaii. The Lined Butterflyfish is the largest butterflyfish species here in Hawaii.

    Bobbie

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  2. This is a wonderful picture. I doubt if I would ever see any except here.
    Well, are they good to eat? Even if they are, they would be too pretty for eating.
    Happy WW! Thank you, yes, Adi is cute most of the time. :-)
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  3. Wow, now that's a capture! Very beautiful. Have a blessed and happy WW!

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  4. That's awesome! How long do you stay underwater usually?

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  5. nice shot. i like this underwater pics

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  6. I wish I were there right now :) Great shot!!

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  7. color coordinated -- I don't suppose Jerry dressed for the occasion. (:

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  8. Have beautiful is this! I love the matching yellows! Great stuff again, guys!
    Happy WW:)

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  9. Another great shot! Was he petting the fish or playing?

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  10. Hi Wordless Wednesday fans. Thank you all for stopping by.

    @ Jim, not these are not food fish.

    @ ZJ - it depends, but on average, about an hour at a time.

    @ Pamela & Jos - We were wondering if anyone would notice that Jerry and the fish were color coordinated. Heh heh. It was not done on purpose, but it did work out well, didn't it?

    @ Martie - These fish kept returning and sort of nibbling on Jerry's glove. We think they must have been fed by other divers before us. They were much friendlier than individuals of their species usually are.

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  11. I have nothing else to say but Wow!

    Really. You're blessed to be able to (always) come that close with a sea creature.

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  12. NOW, that is simply PRICELESS!!! I'm WORDLESS:D
    Mine is up here;
    Wordless Wednesday
    Happy WW!

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  13. What a beautiful encounter. The blues and the yellows of each creature are lovely.

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  14. Your photos are amazing! To me, it shows how humans and nature can coexist peacefully.

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  15. hi bobbie-
    you know, his bodyglobe wetsuit and the fishes' body are like, well cordinated!!thanks for sharing the pic!

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  16. Another beautiful underwater shot - looks like you made a friend!

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  17. Wow, great picture. Happy WW. Have a nice day. :-)

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  18. I love the way Jerry's suit color matches the back of the fish. Like long lost cousins? Another great shot. Have a great WW

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  19. How great to be accepted in their world. Beautiful!

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  20. awesome! it is a whole diiferent world beneath the sea! :)

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  21. That's a gorgeous picture! The colors are so brilliant! Happy WW!

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  22. I should revise my previous entry regarding naturally occurring color, stating that I'm only referring to surface colors. How quickly I forget that there's so much incredibly vibrant color underwater!

    Beautiful shot! Happy WW!

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  23. The more I see the more I want to try scuba diving, you are definitely doing a great job with these shots :)

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  24. I always marvel at underwater photography...technically, but too because I know I'll never be there for it. Thanks for letting me experience it vicariously! Happy WW.

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  25. Oh, amazing pictures under the sea! I can't imagine. Great WW!

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  26. Once again, a very nice underwater photo. Thanks for sharing.

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  27. Such a neat picture. :)

    Thank you for the visit to my place!

    All the best.
    Gina

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  28. What a great shot! Looks like he's feeding the fish. Thanks for stopping by.

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  29. Thank you all very much for visiting The Right Blue.

    Bobbie & Jerry

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  30. Underwater photos are so cool very nice job!

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  31. Gosh! How I wish I am able to go diving like you too (= Happy day to you (=

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  32. WOW! This is NEAT!!! I love it. Great blues, nice composition. I have pix of these same fish but in an aquarium, not in the wild.

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  33. Hello Roger, Drowsey, Pelfy & Mary. Welcome back to The Right Blue. Nice to see you again.

    Mary - No offense intended, but I would really feel sad to see these fish in an aquarium.

    Bobbie

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  34. Amazing image Bobbie, the colors are wonderful in this.

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  35. aloha bobbie, looks like you have got a great crowd of fans and followers for your ocean life photography. even though i am not a photographer but with hawaii in my heart and mind, i love your tropical fish photos. please, drop in on mondays when i do 'my hawaii photo of the week'. see you on monday on my blog! aloha, pua

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  36. @ Bernie - Thank you. The color combination was by chance in this case, but it worked out well.

    @ Pua - I will definitely stop by your Best Hawaii Vacation blog on Monday, and I encourage everyone else to go and have a look at the wonderful Hawaii photos there. (The one of Hanauma Bay this past week was stunning.)

    Bobbie

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  37. wow, what an amazing underwater photography, great shot

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  38. Thank you, Jazevox and Ankush.

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Bobbie & Jerry