WW #34 - There's one in every crowd

Schoolmaster Snappers (Lutjanus apodus)

29 comments:

  1. You did notice that one fish was swimming in the opposite direction to all the others, right? :-D

    The fish are Schoolmaster Snappers (Lutjanus apodus). I took the photo in the Carribean Sea, at Little Cayman Island.

    Happy WW.

    Bobbie

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  2. It reminds of a Far Side from a quite a while ago. One penguin is jumping up from the rest of the crowd shouting "I gotta be me!"

    Happy WW :)

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  3. I don't think I have mentioned it enough: I LOVE YOUR PICTURES!

    They're among my favourites every single Wednesday.

    Here is my post; have a great WW!

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  4. That's a beautiful picture ! Would look nice framed on a wall !

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  5. Amazing blog with splendidly posts and very good photographs!

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  6. So true! I know plenty of this type of fish! Great photo.

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  7. Maybe your kitty ran off to Italy for a weekend? I've known cats to do stranger stuff. :-)

    Love your shot as well, you take such amazing pics, and I can't even snorkel. (I actually panicked snorkeling. So sad!)

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  8. I know just how that one feels!

    Happy WW.

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  9. HA! That's a good one. You're so right. Happy WW :)

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  10. That one fish? That's me. I am always going the wrong/opposite direction from the world, hee hee.

    Happy WW

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  11. This one made me chuckle. Some days I feel like that fish just pushing against the crowd trying to go my own way.

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  12. i have a child like that :) This would be a perfect poster-- good catch

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  13. Yeah there is. Sometimes it is me, LOL!

    Thanks for your visit. The bird in my WW is a Turkey Vulture of all things.

    Happy WW!

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  14. Haha great shot as ever! Happy WW

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  15. I bet you didn't notice that til you looked at the picture... :D

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  16. Stunning WW and how neat it must be to swim with these guys!

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  17. Thank you all for visiting and adding your kind remarks. We had to chuckle at how many of you seemed to identify with the fish that was swimming in the opposite direction. Hmmm.

    @ CatSynth - I remember that cartoon. Thanks for reminding me.

    @ Sherrie - No, our cat has been here the whole time, but I think he may have a long lost relative in Italy, judging from your photo.

    @ Lavender - Hah! Great caption.

    @ Mary, the teach - You're right. I was concentrating on getting the whole lot framed in the viewfinder and didn't notice wrong-way-Harry there until later. But somehow that one fish just MAKES this photo.

    @ Mon@rch - Yep, it's very relaxing to see these kinds of scenes underwater.

    Bobbie

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  18. I would love to be under the sea. I have snorkeled in the Caribbean a few times. Your pictures are amazing.

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  19. LOL! Its not only a beautiful shot but a comical one too once you see that one odd one out. :-D

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  20. Maybe all the other fish are going in the wrong direction! ;-)

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  21. Funny shot Bobbie, there always has to be one in every crowd !!

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  22. He's not about to follow the leader!

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  23. @ Dennis - I guess that's another way to look at it!

    Bobbie

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  24. Love that picture! I just wandered over here from my Cyberbones (my Aunt & Uncle). They were telling me about your page last night so I thought I'd come take a look! AWESOME pictures! We live in Hawaii, I just bought an underwater camera-wish me luck!

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  25. Hello Jenn - Welcome to The Right Blue, and thanks for your comment about the photos. Good luck with your new underwater camera. Underwater photography can be quite challenging, but also very rewarding. Have fun! (and say hi to Shannon for me).

    Bobbie

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