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Juvenile Flying Gurnard

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Good morning readers of the blog, yesterday when I jumped in the water at Substation on my way out to photograph the sub, I found a tiny little 2-inch flying gurnard in the sand right below our floating platform. This is for sure the smallest gurnard I have ever seen and I still can’t believe I found it, he or she is so cute! Because I had the wide angle with me yesterday I had to get back in hours later with my macro lens and find him again which wasn’t hard to do, he was in the same spot. This morning I took off 1st thing in search of him again and since baby fish tend to stay in the same area for months he was fairly easy to find again. When I go out to do a shoot I usually just stop and watch for awhile and learn a little bit about their behaviors, this can make my job a lot easier. I did have a very hard time getting a front view of his or her face as they never stop swimming and always keep their faces away from you. MORE

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