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Sea life

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A slice through a Nautilus shell reveals golden spiral construction principle in this beautiful underwater life iridescent curling seashell.

Seashells are excellent photography subjects because of their lovely colors, interesting patterns, and elegant beauty. They're also easy to find. Even if

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By Archangel8514 This jelly fish reminds me of the galaxy paintings I so often like to do. Maybe try to shift of a deep sea theme and possibly morph the galaxy with the sea. Such as having a galaxy setting but with a big blue whale.

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"Sunlight coming in from the Academy's central square cast beautiful rays on the massive viewing pane of the Philippine Coral Reef. Solar energy powers the whole reef ecosystem. Algae is eaten by small invertebrates and herbivorous fish which are then eaten by carnivorous which expel nutrients which is then used up by the algae again. It's the circle of reef life!" By NMB.Photography

Sunlight coming in from the Academy's central square cast beautiful rays on the massive viewing pane of the Philippine Coral Reef. Solar energy powers the whole reef ecosystem. Algae is eaten by small invertebrates and herbivorous fish which are then eaten by carnivorous which expel nutrients which is then used up by the algae again. It's the circle of reef life! Camera Canon EOS 5D Mark III Exposure 0.01 sec (1/100) Aperture f/4.0 Focal Length 17 mm ISO Speed 200 Lens EF 17-40 f/4L USM