29. Five

Isn’t this starfish a beauty?  And look….it has five points!  🙂

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~ by Tammy on January 29, 2011.

25 Responses to “29. Five”

  1. Gorgeous !I have never seen one with that coloring before.

  2. Wow! I have never seen one like that either! Macy said “He’s cooler than Patrick!” (from Spongebob Squarepants) LOL!

  3. This is wonderful Tammy. Great job!!

  4. It’s very oddly cool!

  5. Hi Tammy,
    He is a handsome fellow. Love his coloring. Have a great day!

    Sherrie

  6. Is he/she especially poisonous? Sometimes the brighter the color the worse the sting. Thanks for widening my horizons with a new (for me) species!

  7. That is one strange looking creature. Beautiful colors.

  8. Great colors on this strange creature.

  9. it’s so beautiful a picture and a likewise good interpretation of the theme. I like it.

  10. Wonderful capture, great color!

  11. Wow – his bumps look like eyes. Never seen a starfish this color before. Cool photo!

  12. This starfish rocks!

  13. It must be cold for the tips to turn That Blue! Gorgeous!

  14. I’m amazed at the clarity of your shot! Were you in the tank with it??? 😉

  15. Utterly exotic!

  16. We have native star fish here, but ours don’t have any bumps! How come you in the Heartland get the bumpy starfish? It isn’t right!

  17. Another great catch. I love the colours.

  18. The most colourful starfish I have ever seen. And how considerate of it to have five points 🙂 really good shot.

  19. It´s an amazing picture as always, but I still think that starfish´s are a little icky……… Lovely colors though.

  20. You did a wonderful job shooting through the glass. Great-looking creature.

  21. Absolutely gorgeous colors.

  22. That’s one serious starfish! He is beautiful, though. He looks so at home in his little habitat. Great colors!

  23. great shot draws the eye right in to the main attraction, beautifully colored star fish

  24. Beautiful! I haven’t seen live starfish very many times.

  25. Wonderful detail. Do you go in with a tripod?

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