Wednesday, November 24, 2010


Photograph by Michael McEvoy, DEEP Indonesia/Barcroft/Fame Pictures A close-up of a blue-eyed moray eel in Indonesia captured an honorable mention in the "Indonesia Residents" category of the fourth annual Deep Indonesia International Underwater Photo Competition, whose winning photos were released to the press earlier this month. Known to grow as long as about 5 feet (1.5 meters), moray species generally lack pectoral fins, unlike most other eel species. Source


Joey and Maggie said...

We're so glad you're blogging again! Fun stuff!

Julie said...

& it's fun again for me, too. sometimes we just need a break, i guess