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Image of a Tambja verconis taken at Portsea,Vic.The name Nudibranch means “Naked Gills” & refers to this beautiful little animals lungs located on its back© All images copyright MattTworkowski 2008
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always amazed at the pictures u get =) i also learn lots from your little descriptions too
Thankyou so much knightingail
I read it first “Naked Girls” and was thinking WTH Matt has posted this time, hahahaha!! Great shot of this naked one!!!
Amazing shot Mat. So much color !
Looks almost painted..just gorgeous !
This creature looks like a plastercine model! So vivid and colourful – what wonderful find!! :-)
Thanks Jen…..happy you like it,one of my favourite animals in the ocean
oh/sits back and takes a moment/wowthis reminds me of the prettiest quilt cover ever!!i love this little darling :) I continue to be amazed at the quality and pure brilliance in your work Matt..I think you should be called the Doctor…..Dr Dolittle n all that signifies lol :))) … i can imagine you catching a giant snail and chatting to the creatures … finding out what bothers them, and fixing things :))
Awwwww……Im blushing Karin,the colours are so beautiful its hard to take a bad shot of them.I probably should have become a marine biologist or something to that effect,defiantly have the passion,if only i had studies more at school :-).Now as for riding giant snails,that sounds like something you would do in that jungle out yonder :-))))Thankyou so much as always
I mean riding on the back of a giant snail (lol) not actually capturing one :) (like in the movie Dr Dolittle :)
Wow matt, amazing colours