My daughter and I took advantage of the chilly holiday Friday to visit the New England Aquarium. The Giant Ocean Tank is always awe-inspiring and we got to see divers film the animals up close and listen to them answer questions. We also spent considerable time at the shark & ray touch pool, the tidepool touch tank, and with the penguins. As a novice photographer, I found that adjusting for white balance and shutter speed in the Aquarium was challenging, so there’s not so many great photographs, but still a record of our fun visit.
Clownfish hide and seek.
A conclave of rays.
African penquins enjoy one another’s company.
“Hey, you got the new Jay-Z on there?”
A resident of the giant ocean tank.
Myrtle the magnificent.
Diver resting on the coral.
Related post: Photopost: Whale Watch
I’m participating in the Blogging from A to Z Challenge through all of April 2017. Every day (except Sundays), I will be posting a new, original photograph (or photographs) related to the letter of the alphabet.
Today is a Friday during Lent so let’s do “F’ for “Fish!”
Don’t be koi, splash on into my comments feed and leave a reflection. I’m not fishing for compliments, but I’ll be happy if you tell me it’s gold. You can even school me and tell me you think it’s total carp!