I am new in weekly photo challenge. Now I want to participate in this Weekly Photo Challenge: Two Subjects
This picture I name it “Nemo and Nemo”. I took them during my diving journey at Bunaken Manado. It was raining upper water. Hence, there was foggy underwater. I saw all fishes swim away to avoid me that time. However, these two clown fishes were swimming stand still. I dive closer and shot them. Both of them are essential in the picture. For you who don’t know “Nemo” or Clownfish, Clownfish are sequential hermaphrodites, meaning that they develop into males first, and when they mature, they become females. If the female clownfish is removed from the group, such as by death, one of the largest and most dominant males will become a female. The remaining males will move up a rank in the hierarchy. Therefore, there must be “Nemo and Nemo” in the picture because there must be male and female. If we took one, we won’t know it’s male or female. 🙂 So, both of them are essential. 🙂
Dive Spot at Sepa Island has a beautiful coral. At this spot I could use coral as my frame in my picture.
This is the picture one of Marine fish in the coral at Fukui Dive Spot Bunaken Manado North Sulawesi. There are plenty of dive spot at Bunaken. For you who want to dive at Bunaken, I recommend to try Likuan 1, Likuan 2, Likuan 3, and Fukui dive spot. The reef is beautiful and the creatures are many.
Today I dive in Fukui dive spot at Bunaken Manado North Sulawesi. The weather is nice. I took this tiger fish picture around 8 meters deep. The reef is so beautiful.
Eye to eye with clown fish. This clown fish is swimming freely. They don’t fear me although I swim closer to them. I took this picture at Likuan 1 Dive Spot at Bunaken Manado North Sulawesi. It is around 8 meters deep.
Diving in Bunaken Manado is like watching a movie. Creatures are colorful and beautiful. I dive at spot Likuan 2 in Bunaken. Around 15 meters deep I saw a big turtle. Before it left, I shot with my Canon PowerShot G9 using underwater casing.