Thursday, June 9, 2011

Daily Fiji Photos: Blue green chromis and a farewell to Totoya Island

This is the eighth post in a series of daily photographs from an expedition to Totoya Island in Fiji by Keith Ellenbogen, an underwater photographer and frequent contributor to the Global Explorers Blog. 

Blue-green chromis (Chromis viridis) and one Damselfish (Dascyllus reticulatus) darting in and out
of hard coral (Acropora grandulosa) (Photo: Keith Ellenbogen)

An aerial view of the village and the coral reef of Totoya Island (Photo: Keith Ellenbogen)

Get the background on Keith's expedition to Totoya Island, Fiji in his first photo post. Catch up on the latest events in the expedition on National Geographic's News Watch blog.

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