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Design and precision

by Nick

Every Friday Darren invites someone to be Guest Editor for the day to choose and discuss three or four images that have not previously been published on the website.  Today’s Guest Editor is Nick Cantle, a wildlife photographer from Norfolk who specialises in UK wildlife including fungi, flora and fauna.  You can see Nick’s photos at his website Nick Cantle Wildlife Photography.

A little fish in a sea of…well, sea.  Reefs and ocean life has always been fascinating to me.  I’m a chap that likes variety, which is why I like the study of mushrooms and fungi; There’s such a massive diversity of species out there waiting to be discovered, and the world under the ocean mirrors this.  The clownfish is a fine example of underwater design and precision. Radiant, decorative colours, a hint of highlight and even a thick black outline.
Why would such a creature be created if we weren’t meant to look at it in awe?

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