Tuesday, August 26, 2008

In action

Here are a few of my favourite close up videos from my snorkel session on Sunday. Gosh these fish sure are pretty and you realise just how much once you see them in action. This is what I love about the underwater world, so very different and pleasing to the eye than the one up above. And there's nothing like seeing it for yourself. Please excuse the pixulated look if that's how the videos look to you. Something about the way blogger processes them makes it look pixulated because the original version I have is absolutely perfect. So, here goes...

This first video features a Multicoloured and a Stoplight Parrotfish along with a few Blue Tangs. That snap crackle and pop sound you hear, is the fish munching down on the coral.

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The second video you see here is all about the Blue Tangs, with a Sergeant Major thrown in for good measure.
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And the third short one, is of the Stoplight Parrotfish featured in the last photo of my previous post. It was a good thing I snapped up a pic of it, before it got away.

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4 comments:

Carol said...

Really nice clips, but now I'm homesick, as it's all grey and cool here in the UK! lol! :)

Antony said...

Lucky girl u.... wondering when I will get to swim with the fishes like u...

Susan said...

They are awesome! I am envious of your camera. We have been having some great snorkeling this summer at Warwick Long Bay. (last couple of weeks not so great) I can't believe all we have seen including a school of barricuda right behind me! Hope the hurricane doesn't head your way. Take care.

Mike said...

Those are awesome and you are right, the kids loved them all.