Photo of the Day: Chromodoris Annae Nudibranch


Chromodoris Annae Nudibranch, originally uploaded by BlueBeyond.

This beautiful little nudibranch was a spectacular find during a dive near Tawali in PNG’s Milne Bay Province.

I love the saturated colours and the spotted design of the nudibranch’s back.

Finding small stuff like nudibranchs, many smaller than your little finger-nail, is one of the pleasures of diving. There can be more stuff living in a single square metre under water than in an entire backyard. It amazes me that so many divers rush about to see a huge area, and miss the special stuff.

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3 Comments

  1. Kaye Smith 16 January, 2011 at 9:12 am #

    Beautiful shot! the detail is amazing! What camera are you using?

    • Des Paroz 16 January, 2011 at 9:19 am #

      Hi Kaye, at the time I made that shot I was using a Nikon D100.
      Thanks for your feedback.

  2. Des Paroz 16 January, 2011 at 9:18 am #

    Hi Kaye, at the time I made that shot I was using a Nikon D100.
    Thanks for your feedback.

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