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|I apologize to the island of Bermuda for having put it in the Bahamas, it's nowhere near them, being out in the Atlantic Ocean directly east of North Carolina, but Bermuda is not a choice on the country list. This photo was taken at the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo in Flatts Village, located about the center of the island cluster that makes up Bermuda. We chose to go here to see the fish rather than take a ride in a glass bottomed boat at noon, and we were correct to do so. We saw more fish than the people on the glass bottomed boat, and we got to watch children's interaction with the fish. These two little girls were pretending to catch them as they swam by. Somehow they didn't have any success...|
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I like this shot of the children looking at the fish. Their hands on the glass really shows that they are interested in the fish. I also like the diagonal lines from the bottom of the aquarium through the composition. Lisa
Excellent shot! I love the feeling of interest seen in the postures of the children. Also it shows the massive size of these fish!