Great photo! The formation of the rays heading "in the grooves" with the water reflecting overhead flows together.
I think there is some thing evil and in the same time fascinating about this kind of fish.the black and white fits here with the lines in the sand so perfect.
I read this as "Stingrays, Grand Canyon" and thought that my worst nightmare had been realized-that stingrays had finally come ashore! Need more coffee...
@Shailesh Sharma Actually, the correct terminology is 'of Afro-Caribbean descent'. The term 'colored' is universally considered by the negroid community as deeply offensive, and while I appreciate your efforts at promoting the righteous affirmative action cause, I must say, your use of outdated and racist vernacular is actually detrimental to the wider civil rights movement. Actually. Stingrays of this region are black (and white photography) and proud. Ahem.....just saying.
This photo is absolutely incredible. The water is so pristine and clear and the focus of the shot shows it.
I took a look at the rest of the album this shot came from and wasn't dissapointed.
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