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Fish Photos

I love Bobbie Sullivan’s attitude on Photosynthesis; read on:

I like to photograph the faces of creatures that live in the sea. All of these individuals [seen in the blog post] belong to the Wrasse (Labridae) family. Most wrasses seem to have attractive markings on their faces, which show up well in close-up images like these:

Thalassoma klunzingeri, from the Red Sea, about 15 cm (six inches) long.
Thalassoma klunzingeri, from the Red Sea, about 15 cm (six inches) long.

I just love the attitude that fish are individuals you’d want to get up close and personal with, not because they’re scary or bottom-of-the-sea-dwelling creatures that have never seen the light of day, but just because they’re cute and individual and probably have an opinion about getting a camera shoved in their face (like “is that food?”) so why not share it? Go B.N. Sullivan!

More fishies!



Beth Kelley is an applied & digital anthropologist with an overall interest in how people engage with and are impacted by their environments and vice versa. This has manifested itself in many ways, by looking at creativity, playful spaces, built environments, and environmental enrichment, sustainability, design research, and integrative and collaborative models of learning such as through play and hands-on learning.