September 14, 2014

September 14, 2014

Red Fish, Blue Fish

Photograph by Tracey Jennings, National Geographic Your Shot

While traveling in Central America, Your Shot member Tracey Jennings dove in the waters off Costa Rica’s Cocos Island, a 36-hour sail from the mainland. “On this particular dive, at a site called Dirty Rock, I was mesmerized both by how remote and how beautiful the volcanic scenery was,” Jennings writes. “As we swam along, I looked up and noticed a school of horse-eye jacks spilling over the rock like a waterfall.”

Jennings’s picture recently appeared in the Your Shot assignment Show Me Your Wilderness.

See more pictures of Cocos Island from our Pristine Seas expedition »

This photo was submitted to Your Shot. Check out the new and improved website, where you can share photos, take part in assignments, lend your voice to stories, and connect with fellow photographers from around the globe.

Joy Saldanha
Joy Saldanha

I am unique,but you can call me Red! An amazing under water photograph of a school of fish,plus one! thanks for sharing this with us.  j.e.s...........

Bob Bilibob
Bob Bilibob

Underwater photos are not my favourites, but this one is amazing!

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