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… otherwise known as Posidonia australis! Ubiquitous in Shark Bay, with around 4000 square kilometres of seagrass providing habitat and food for the largest stable population of dugongs in the world.
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Wow – this is so colorful! Nice shot.
Thanks Tama! This stuff is everywhere you swim here in Shark Bay!!! I think this shot sums up the Bay for a lot of locals :)
Amazing shot, colors and reflections!
Great shot … excellent abstract qualities
Thanks! It’s exactly what you’d see floating by most times if you stick your head under the water here in Shark Bay. It’s ubiquitous! Dang, I love that word.
I LOVE this!!!! Well done!!! Straight to the faves. :)
Thanks Kylie! It’s nice to be faved…
how different how wondefulcongrats on the featue in LIGHT AND REFLECTION
thank you for your great comments and congrats!!! :)
Beautiful- love the colour and the reflections at the top add to the feeling of floating and movement.
Thank you for checking out one of my favourite photos and giving such a great comment :)
Wow this is an instant fave! Such beautiful colours & reflections – so abstract which I love!
astoundingly lovely! feels so joyful… . what an awesome capture