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Ocean Eyes

Ocean Eyes

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Ocean Eyes
Reilly Fallon
Colors of the Deep
Ocean Eyes

Reilly Fallon

During a night dive in Indonesia, you can constantly see marine crustaceans eyes reflecting back at you. Similar to how deers eyes reflect back at you while driving. Majority of the time, once you get close enough to these shrimp they disappear in a blink of an eye. I saw this individual, who remains undescribed by science, dig itself into the black sand. Slowly and carefully I made my approach and took a few photos, only to see a blur in the black sand and the subject disappear into the dark water. Upon closer look, I saw its rainbow eyes staring back at me. A moment in time where two creatures from different worlds meet and wonder about the other's existence.

Captured with:

Sony A1 with 90mm macro lens, F/9, 1/125, ISO 200 with Sea and Sea strobes

Limited Edition:   500

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