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Sorry Whatnauts, I somehow missed your smiling face and I'm later for answering the comment. Thanks for dropping by and I agree that the fish look happy I just have to grin back when I look at them. :))
I love your happy, colourful fish :)
Hi Jan,I drew the fish in summer following the instructions of a book for drawing cartoons, but I didn't really know what to do with the fish until this Christmas I finished the background and thought it would do perfecly as water for a sea scene, that is when I remembered the fish. :))I only have been diving once in my life, when I was nineteen during the time I spent in England, but I remember that the further down you got the colder the water, I cannot remember the colours, 17 m was the furthest I managed to get down. :)) I would have loved to accompany in one of your wonderful immersions in tropical places. The North Sea wasn't very good for seeing fish or anything else. :))Thanks for your visit and have a wonderful afternoon.
Every single one of those fish has a cheeky grin! And the expressions in their eyes are delightful! The fish are wonderful, Dagmar! But we can't ignore the layered colors of the waves. What a help that was in the solve, besides being beautiful. Dagmar, when you are diving you do go through changing temperature levels in the ocean, as well as different colors (darknesses) as you go deeper. So, the feel of this puzzle is just right from that point of view, too!FUN puzzle!Thanks so much!!
I also like the cheeky grin of the fish Hanne, thanks for dropping by. :))
Oh, so charming, Dagmar, thanks so very much!!