Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Ruby Tuesday #19: Natural Redhead


"One Fish, Two Fish..."
Pine Knoll Shores, NC - October 2008 (Click to embiggen)

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In yesterday's Blue Monday, I featured a probably not naturally blue fish. This guy, however, was lit with my flash, so what you see is his true color.
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17 comments:

Robin said...

I love his cheeky yellow tail. Photographing aquariums is great fun but definitely tricky.

Felisol said...

Never aeen anything like this red/white/ yellow fish,- and I have been visiting aquariums in London and in Bergen.
Cool.
From Felisol

ilanadavita said...

Beautiful fish with warm colors.

People with Cameras said...

One fish, two fish was my favourite Dr. Seuss book as a kid! lol

Great photo ... such pretty colours.

Jan said...

Great choice for RT. Love your photo.

Ralph said...

That is a fine looking specimen of a RED fish. Swimming peacefully with nary a care, although our felines just might put an end to that fish tale...but the cats are here and not on the edge of that aquarium...

Pagan Sphinx said...

Your lovely red fish reminds me of how I have to get to an aquarium soon. A trip to Boston is in the works for February where we have the N.E. Aquarium.

Nice Ruby Tuesday!

ellen b. said...

Love the fish Mojo!! Happy Ruby Tuesday and Blue Monday and a very Happy New Year too!!

Dianne said...

he's a good looking red head

maryt/theteach said...

Or is it 1 fish, 2 fishes...? LOL! Happy Ruby Tuesday!

laura said...

Such a cute photo!

Kay said...

One fish
two fish
red fish
blue fish!

:)

Happy NY Mojo!

lisaschaos said...

WHat a pretty fishie!

Julie said...

Cool shot of a pretty fish.

Greyscale Territory said...

Amazing colour in that fish! Just stunning!

happilyretired said...

Very 'kewl' shot of this colorful fish fellow!
Hugs and blessings,

Pagan Sphinx said...

People with Cameras: lol. Good ol' Dr. Sues. There are actually several cool fiction fish. Fishy fiction. Umm...characters, in kids' books!

That is a fine fish you caught, Mr. Mojo (I always think of that Doors song...