Weekly Photo Challenge: Silhouette (Okinawa)

This perhaps is my most liked image on Silhouette.

The image was taken in the aquarium in Okinawa, Japan.DSC_0211

The objects of the photos are not just the fishes swimming happily in the aquarium but also the visitors who appear as silhouettes against the blue aquarium waters.

Just from the silhouettes, it is clear that the visitors were having an enjoyable moment – pointing fingers at the passing stingrays or getting the fishes photographed with their mobiles or cameras.

I also had an enjoyable moment there getting both the fishes and the visitors photographed.

Well, everybody was preoccupied and having fun!

 

 

22 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Silhouette (Okinawa)

  1. Wonderful photo! For me it somehow shows the smallness and insignificance of us as humans against this amazing representation of the world’s vast oceans teeming with sealife. A really wonderful shot πŸ™‚

  2. Great capture, Michael! The silhouettes of the visitors in the foreground provides perspective on the size of the aquarium and of course adds so much emotion too!

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