Clarke’s Clownfish Amphiprion clarkii Anemonefish or clownfish as they are popularly called, have a symbiotic relationship with the anemone they live in. Each protects the other from their respective predators. Interestingly, clownfish always develop into males first and then become female when they mature. The term for this unusual process is ‘sequential hermaphrodites’. Location: Coral Sea, Australia.
(10 images in this post...swipe left!!) Saturday blog post of the day...rainy daisies ❤️🌼 I love to buy flowers from the florist and take macro images of them. Yesterday, I bought some beautiful purple daisies. When I take images, I usually see them in my head before I take them. I had a hard time visualizing images of these daisies in my head. These daisies were really hard to photograph!!! To be honest, I’m not sure how I feel about these images but I really enjoy sharing new work. Here are 10 colorful images taken about an hour ago (1 image is shared twice - oops!) I hope you enjoy!