a student of mine photographed a lionfish in the exuma cays (wax cay cut) this past july
on a sail trip. she had been to andros and the berry is. previously.
i couldn't make the trip due to a neck surgery.
she came back talking about this fish she photographed and was calling it a scorpionfish.
i about dies when i first saw the images. they are so very close and clear.
(i will send them as soon as i get back to school on monday)
then of course, she was quite excited when i informed her of the toxicity of these
little guys. her photographs we quite close with a sony digital camera in what it likely
less than fifteen feet of water on a patch reef.
Sean P. Nash
Biology Instructor/ Instructional Coach
Benton High School
5655 South Fourth Street
Saint Joseph, Missouri 64504
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- Birthday January 13, 1969
St. Joseph, Missouri
-biology & marine biology education <br /><br />-i teach honors marine biology, honors zoology, honors botany and general biology in a high school of 900 students in Missouri<br /><br />-i love bringing the magic of the coral reef to high school students in the middle of the continent (and vice-versa)<br /><br />-protection of acroporid corals <br />(http://www.biologicaldiversity.org/swcbd/species/coral/petition.pdf)<br /><br />-photography
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the almighty Sony DSC-P93 heh.
Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand
the giant orb we call the sun, oh and... the cute little one on the cam itself
i swomewhat know what to look for... but technically, i am a complete poser
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