Weekly Photo Challenge – Vivid

Vivid Lionfish

Vivid Lionfish

I’m late for the challenge this week. I was in Asheville, NC for the wedding of my husband’s nephew – a wonderful celebration in a beautiful place! However, do you really think I could avoid submitting an underwater shot for this challenge? I give you this vivid and flamboyant lionfish shot on the spectacular Lighthouse Reef aboard the Sundancer II. (So enough adjectives for you?)

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18 comments on “Weekly Photo Challenge – Vivid

  1. Carrie Rubin says:

    With that coloring, I bet he can camouflage himself pretty well. And yet be so pretty when the camera is around!


  2. That stunning fish looks like it swam out of the pages of Vogue, Cathy. Wow!


  3. Amy Reese says:

    It’s glorious, Cathy! Glad you had a fun wedding to attend for your nephew.


  4. aFrankAngle says:

    Very vivid indeed! …. Enjoy Asheville and the family gathering!


  5. Amy says:

    Beautiful, fascinating, vivid… So glad you are back, Cathy! 🙂


  6. seabluelee says:

    Wow, a feathered fish! Great shot, Cathy!


  7. Brigitte says:

    Vivid! I love the fish and the name of the fish. If I were a fish, I’d want to be a lion fish, but alas, I’m more like Dory in Finding Nemo.

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    • Cathy Ulrich says:

      Too funny, Brigitte! I suspect with your red hair and fiery Irish name, you’re more like a lion fish! Hope your summer is going well.


      • Brigitte says:

        I actually have blonde hair and my name is Brigitte, the French version. I think my cartoon self, drawn at 15 doesn’t show up the blonde strands. In the illustration itself it is woven of brown and blonde strands. Are you a redhead and what kind of fish are you, Cathy? 🙂


      • Cathy Ulrich says:

        I am a redhead, Brigitte. Your question is intriguing! I really don’t know what kind of fish I am. They’re all so fascinating, I’m going to have to ponder this! Hope you’re having a good weekend!


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