Alex Mustard - Blue Swirl


We’ve a great murmuration of starlings near our house, which I’ve been enjoying photographing recently (although my photography on land is nothing to get excited about). But the challenge of chasing formations in the best light reminds me immediately of photographing schooling fish.
Since joining NPB I have been out of the water (not photographing), but should be immersed again before my next contribution, so hopefully it will be something hot from the camera!

Location: Bali, Indonesia

Tags: Alex Mustard, Bali, bigeye trevally, Caranx sexfasciatus, indonesia, starlings, underwater

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  1. Bruno said:

    05/01/2012 23:03

    This is why I am jealous of UW photographers... to witness such wonders and up close! Very nice, Alex!

  2. Waterfallheart said:

    18/04/2012 15:01

    Gives me a wow-feeling...
    Being able to see such a wonderfull underwater view while living so far away from them, makes me silenced.