I agree - the fish photographs were lovely. Geoff, thank you very much for
telling us about them.
The photos remind me of a tale I'd better not repeat here - of one that
landed in our boat one New Year's Eve, I think it was - between the legs of
a male friend.
On 21/12/13 3:00 PM, "Helen Larson" <> wrote:
> thanks for the gorgeous fish - as a fisho first and foremost it is always good
> to see beautiful photos of fish. The taxonomist in me tries to identify them
> all but I need my flying-fish book (it's downstairs).
> If you do need names (scientific and Australian standard) for them let me
> And my house guest loved them too.
> On Saturday, 21 December 2013, 3:53, Russell Woodford <>
> Wonderful images, Geoff. I had no idea there were so many different flying
> fish. Thanks for posting - anyone who appreciates a bird must surely feel
> the same about these incredible fish.
> On 20 December 2013 20:23, Greg Oakley <> wrote:
>> Great stuff Geoff - these are awesome,
>> Cheers Greg
>> Sent from my iPhone
>>> On 20 Dec 2013, at 5:29 pm, "Geoffrey Allan Jones" <
>> > wrote:
>>> As some of you will know back in May 2009 I embarked on a trip with
>>> expeditions Which started in Auckland to Norfolk Island, thru the Solomon
>>> Islands and on to Yokohama in Japan, along the way besides photographing
>>> birds I also photographed Flying Fish and as pure luck would have it a
>>> propelling itself away from the bow of the ship of the Islands of Japan.
>>> Also earlier this year I did the Western Pacific Odyssey trip again and
>>> some of you know I spend a lot of time standing at the bow of the Spirit
>>> Enderby waiting for Petrels & Albatrosses to fly by. As there are times
>>> the birding is slow, my attention turns to something else other than my
>>> lousy jokes & here are the results They are Flying Fish in all colours
>>> sizes, so I have decided to put up a gallery on my website and here is
>>> link. http://www.barraimaging.com.au/Flying-Fish/Flying-Fish
>>> Kindest Regards Geoff Jones
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