I think we’ve probably seen enough of the images I have from the Lembeh 2006 trip. However, I have been enjoying posting these favorites to my news page, so I’m going to continue with a theme, and choose a favorite periodically from my other galleries.
The photo I’ve chosen for today is from my 2004 Solomon Islands gallery. I took this photo at Mary Island, which is known for large schools of fish and pelagics. But it’s also a great spot for macro life. This is a pair of blueband gobies. They are bottom filterers and are frequently seen in pairs. I love their subtle but jewelled markings.