Monday, February 09, 2009

Blue Monday #20: See Horse?


"Sea Horse"
Pine Knoll Shores, NC - October 2008 (Click to embiggen)

 Hosted by Smiling Sally

This is not the main tank at the NC Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores. This guy has a private room. If you can call living in a fish tank "private".
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17 comments:

Susan said...

Not private,,,but gorgwous shade of blue!

Susan

Shadow said...

sheeesh, i looked and looked and looked, but eventually i did find it. very well camouflaged.

Judith said...

I can see the seahorse - how wonderful - Judith

Asha said...

I see him!!

Sure he has "privacy" there! :D

bj said...

Amazing photo...thanks for sharing this pretty blue and I liked to have NEVER found him!! :O) Great post...

Liz said...

A private room all to himself? Not even another sea horse to keep him company? Is he anti-social? Sick? In a time-out? Inquiring minds want to know!

Oh yeah, and the shot is pretty cool too!

Debra said...

Very pretty blues here! Happy Blue Monday!

Smilingsal said...

Oh, I see him, peeking out from behind his "tree." The blues are beautiful, as usual. Thanks for sharing. Happy Blue Monday.

Carrie said...

Yes, I saw him...he has a beautiful blue home!

Lynda said...

Beautiful!!

lisaschaos said...

Seahorses are so pretty! Great blue scene and it is pretty funny to think of a fish tank being private. :)

Tricia said...

Hello there Mr Sea Horse!!! Smile for the camera next time! hehehehe

Daryl said...

Now that is so very cool .. I have never seen a live sea horse and I guess this still doesnt qualify as live but ...

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Mojo, this is so neat! I love seahorses... they are one of my favorite creatures because they are so unique. Pretty blue room he has there, too!

Happy Blue Monday!

XO,

Sheila :-)

Sweetie said...

What a great post. And - I found him! Love the blue. Happy Blue Monday!
Sweetie

Pagan Sphinx said...

Nice one. I like your aquarium shots. Those little guys always intrigue me.

Which reminds me I have to get back to the New England Aquarium in Boston soon when I visit my daughter at college. She and I like to pretend that Fred the Fish (the very ugly fish) remembers us every time we return there. I hope he's still around. ;-)

Leora said...

Nice blue. In general an interesting composition, with those branches shooting up to the left and the textural green and white lichen holding the horizon line.

I have one pic I like with blue...maybe I'll do Blue Monday...