That's quite a pair, set against the blue.
Hi CatSynth - Yes, they're actually a little hard to photograph, because they're very bright yellow, and also somewhat reflective. Adjusting the amount of flash is tricky. Too little and you can see the fish, but not the background. Too much flash and the brightness of the fish practically burns a hole in the center of the photo!Bobbie
Great shot. You've done it again, Bobbie! Happy WW! :)
Great shot as ever, you've captured them beautifully
oh that vibrant yellow, spectacular!
This is my first visit over here.. Wow I am really pleased that I found you.. cheers Kim
The right blue and the pretty yellow within the blue :)
stunning ---as usual.
That yellow really stands out. Beautiful fish.
Wow ! what a lovely picture ! Would make a great wallpaper !
Love the yellow amidst all the blue...great shot!
Nice shot, The colors are awesome.Thanks for visiting my blog. To answer your question, the statue is located in Minneapolis, MN
Hi Bobbie, those are great! I would not have picked their camaflauge outfit, but what the hey?Thank you for peeking at my 'dog sleeping' and Happy WW!..
Wow - that is stunning! I love the way the yellow pops against the blue and darker shades. Very nice. :D
That's just awesome. Those guys just about glow in the dark. I've probably said it before, but I really love your work!Happy WW and thanks for stopping by!
Wow - your photos are always just amazing. This one is definitely worthy of a gallery spot!I love how bright the fish are. It's like two buttercup flowers just popped up amongst all the soothing blue.Just lovely... as always.
What a magnificent shot! I'd heard the Red Sea was a fantastic place to dive. Even before reading your comments I was thinking about how hard it was to light those fish properly.
What a great underwater shot!! Kim
Gee, Bobbie, you could have posted this for Ruby Tuesday...it is afterall the RED Sea Ha! It's a wonderful colorful shot! Say hello to Jerry! :)
Great shot! Everyone else has said it all and I agree with them all!
The colors in this are absolutely beautiful!Lovely image.
What a great contrast: bright yellow against deep blue. Wonderful.
I love these colors. This is, as always, a great look into the deep. Thanks.
What a beautiful blog -- what a beautiful 'hidden' world!
Thanks to all of our regular Wordless Wednesday friends for visiting and commenting. We're always happy to have your feedback.To the several who mentioned that this was their first visit to The Right Blue, welcome, and we hope you come back.Bobbie & Jerry
Such vibrant colors ! Love the contrast. This is one of my favorite WW posts.
Love the vibrance and contrast of colors! I agree, it takes extra time to adjust the flash settings - but you nailed it anyway!
That's an amazing yellow! Are they really that yellow, or did you enhance the picture?Either way it's an excellent photograph!! :)
Beautiful picture!I wish I had the guts to go "under the sea"...
Thank you for the compliments on the photo.@ Frigga - The photo was cropped from a larger one, but otherwise not 'enhanced' in any way. Those fish really are that yellow -- and very reflective, too, compared to the background, so they sort of 'jump out' of the photo.Bobbie
Beautiful image - the colours are amazing Bobbie, well done.
Thanks very much, Craig.Bobbie
That is a perfect name for that fish. The yellow is almost too incredible to be real! Happy belated WW!
Ooooh! Great shot! I just love that bright yellow against all of that blue.
@ Will - It is an apt name for these particular fish. Thanks for visiting. @ 2Sweet - Glad you like the photo. I think it is the contrast that "makes" this shot.Bobbie
We welcome your comments and invite your questions. Dialogue is a good thing!Bobbie & Jerry
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