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On Fire II

On Fire II

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On Fire II
Reilly Fallon
Colors of the Deep
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On Fire II

Reilly Fallon

A Coleman’s Urchin shrimp. They are found living amongst fire urchins, clearing a small patch of spines to reside in. With unique coloration, they blend in well to their colorful counterpart and will stay on the same urchin for the majority of their lives. Once I spotted this small 2 cm long shrimp, I got a closer look to shoot this portrait. This is an example of commensalism. Meaning one species benefits from the relationship, while the other derives neither benefit nor harm. The shrimp benefits from its home, using the urchin's venomous spines as its main defense.


Captured with:

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

Limited Edition:   500

Current Edition:


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-Printed on Fuji Crystal Professional Archive Maxima photo paper

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-Luxury in style and quality. Intended for indoor.

Metal Print Finish

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-The backing is 1/8 in. (3 mm) thick aluminum Dibond. A composite material with three layers, Dibond ensures maximum stability but weighs very little.
-Weather + UV resistant - can be placed outdoors. (please assure it is securely hung if placed outdoors).

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