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Thanks very much PPM, gem and EF, we are enjoying getting practice with the camera and happy that so many of you like them.
Incredible colors. Outstanding capture! Thank you for the smaller puzzle Robbie!
Jenny should really develop her own line of note cards...5-10 pictures for a packet of 10...some "suitable-for-framing" size...as a tourist I prefer to buy something made locally rather than imported. And I'm sure the locals (with good taste...LOL) would buy them, too. :)))
You and Jenny just keep getting better and better, Robbie!
Well said PKH, a team effort, thanks.Thanks Mimi, glad you like it.
Extrordinary picture! Hooray for you and Jenny!
Mother nature sure knows how to put colors and textures together. Jenny knows how to capture those mother nature moments on camera.Robbie knows how to manuever the dinghy.Thanks to all three!!!
That's kind of you Ardy, thank you too.Thanks Hanne.
Robbie, you ARE the best at the oars!!! Excellent work indeed!
Thanks Robbie. You captained the boat well so Jenny could get this fabulous picture. Well done, both of you.
Anchor Coral, Pom-pom Coral, Octopus Coral, Torch Coral...........More names for that species of Coral dondi.
It certainly is dondi. That is actually part of the reef building coral, lots of names, some are Grape coral, Frog-spawn Coral, Hammer Coral and some others that I forget. Thanks.Not today Lela, rest assured, thanks.Thanks Francine, it sure would. ( White wall? Oh no!!)
Beautiful picture indeed - it's all about being in the right place at the right time, and having a camera. What's the plant that looks like little green grapes?
Amazingly beautiful! This is real and not an artist's rendition. This would enhance any wall, white or otherwise .:) Thanks. [BTW, I happen to also like white or barely-coloured walls.]
WELL thank you all very much, the only way Jenny was able to get this shot was the skill I used to maneuver our dinghy into position!! VERY SKILLFUL!! The picture has not been touched, this is the way Jenny took it with her little pink Sony cyber-shot 7.2 mega pixels. No enhancements were done. We are very spoilt here, no doubt, however it does feel confining at times, so make some trips away. PK that is funny, but I will try tonight for you Hanne, thank goodness I don't have to get a hatchet!!! Hope you all don't mind my one reply, I have to do some stuff this weekend.............Watch Jenny paint the inside of the house.................play with my new gun that shoots plastic bullets and knocks down Jenny's plants etc..................think up new recipes..................talk to the flowers..............so you see I keep very busy indeed!!
Yes, the colour here is really amazing.......(It does resemble one of Bent's creations!)......I hope you are not going out with a chainsaw (or sledgehammer) now, to make more pieces.......
Jenny, you are fabulous!! Question from Bent: have you done anything to get this very special look?? Robbie, I do agree SO much with Pat - is it possible to make it with more pieces? 300-400 i.e. - without using a pair of scissors??!! Thanks so very much for posting this wonder!!!
Wow! You live in an amazing place! Thanks, Robbie!
Absolutely beautiful! I can't believe it missed this one yesterday.
Thanks Jenny for taking the picture and thanks Robbie for posting it .... can I have it in more pieces please....
Wow, wow and wow, these are really exquisite, I love them, thank you so much Jenny and Robbie.
Wow that is beautiful!! Awesome Jenny!
Absolutely incredible to see these underwater formations out of water.... Thank you both for going out and capturing these shots for all of us to enjoy..... :) :)
It would take a master watercolorist to produce a picture to rival that one. Thanks Robbiel for the eye candy.
Looks like a surrealist's artwork. Cool!
Wow! This is really beautiful! Thanks Robbiel, this was a fun pic!...Monica.
Gosh! That fan coral is a pretty colour Robbie. Thanks Jenny & thanks for posting this Robbie.Our King Tide is the highest for the year today - so you can have some back now!!
Jenny's very good with that camera Robbie. Fantastic shot!