Alex Mustard - Circle Of Life

 

A school of bigeye trevally (Caranx sexfasciatus) form a circle close to a coral reef. There is always something beautiful with schooling fish and I try and time my photos to capture pleasing shapes in the masses of bodies. These fish are about 80 cm long each, so capturing this large scene was a bit of a challenge in deep water. But I am pleased with the result.


Location: Ras Mohammed National Park, Sinai, Egypt. Red Sea


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