Hi. I am a business coach and an artist from Finland.
I am a social media and social business coach for leaders, marketers, comms professionals, salespeople and entrepreneurs
I paint with oil colours on canvas.
I photograph underwater (for example in the Red Sea) and like to take macro photos, mostly of flowers.
Here are my blogs - welcome to follow!
http://nytjahuomenna.com (Business and Social Media blog)
http://johannahurmerinta.com (Finnish travel blog)
http://travelwithjohanna.com (English travel blog)
http://hurmerintagalleria.com (Finnish art blog)
The Exquisite Butterflyfish is always wonderful to see, as it is such a beautiful fish. They swim around the corealreef, but are quite shy, so you usually do not get very close to them. Here I had luck and saw them before they saw me 🙂
Do you know what fish is the most venomous of them all? It is the Stonefish. This one is photographed from a distance with the zoom. Synanceia verrucosa is a fish species known as the reef stonefish (or simply stonefish). It is a carnivorous ray-finned fish with venomous spines.
One of my favorites… finally got this close to them. The Masked (Blue-Cheeked) Butterflyfish. So gorgeous! Chaetodon semilarvatus is found in the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden, at depths of between 3 and 20 m.
When I saw this one, I laughed. It it my first capture of the Slingjaw Wrasse, which sure looks funny while eating 🙂 Epibulus insidiator is a species of wrasse native to the tropical waters of the Indo-Pacific from the Red Sea and the African coast to Hawaii.
We love to photograph in the Red Sea. Have a look at the most recent photos. You just might decide to plunge in yourself! 🙂 I can warmly recommend snorkeling, diving and photographing close to the coral reefs.