by Adam Broadbent
False Anemonefish by Adam Broadbent was photo of the day on Wednesday, 27th June 2007. It is tagged Fish, Underwater. You can leave a comment below.
Very nice light and DOF on the anemone. The little fish really looks like he is taking a nap – perfect title!
What a beautiful picture!!!! Awesome job…you deserved to have it shown.
great movement along the major diagonals. I would have liked the lower left corner to be a bit darker, otherwise—- Perfection
Beautiful shot…completely life like and captivating.
Wonderful clear capture! Love the flow of the anemone…
Such a perfect shot…Great Photo!
very nice photograph!! definite wall hanging material!
was this taken in an aquarium? The light looks far too good for the open sea
How do you keep your camera from getting soaked?
That is so cute. I just love how it looks like Nemo!
SÃ©bastien Hine (aka Flash)
Awesome stuff my friend, you get to be flash for a while now…
look at this beautifull nemo
Absolutly Nemo. I realise how having seen this movie change my way of seeing this little fish. Beautiful image.
Pieter -sAner- van der Horst
A very nice and natural shot. It’s indeed a real Nemo shot.
Strange, two fish in similar poses for two years running, but just as different.
Fish have some of the brightest colors. I love it.
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