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DailyMail 英國每日郵報Part2

2015年9月28日 相關報導

英國每日郵報今天再次刊載與介紹來自地球另一端台灣Lynn Wu,與其水下作品。

British Daily Mail newspaper published, once again with the introduction of Lynn Wu’s underwater photos.

From a pregnant pygmy seahorse to a dragon shrimp: Amateur photographer captures incredible kaleidoscope colours of deep sea creatures

  • Bank teller captured these colourful snaps while diving in Pacific Ocean
  • Amateur photographer Lynn Wu from Taiwan took astonishing pictures
  • Photos include a pregnant pygmy seahorse, a Chamberlainis Nembrotha, which resembles a bull, and a brightly coloured dragon shrimp

An amateur photographer has perfectly captured these astonishing pictures of dozens of tiny ocean creatures at the exact moment they showed off their kaleidoscopic colours in all their glory.

Amateur photographer Lynn Wu, 34, a bank teller from Taiwan, took the pictures while diving in the Pacific Ocean with her partner Jim Chen.

Almost every week the couple visit Taiwan’s north east coast to dive and shoot pictures of sea life, and they often visit the Philippines, Indonesia and Palau.

Between them the couple have won 28 awards for their underwater photography. 

The jaw-dropping pictures show a pregnant pygmy seahorse, a Chamberlainis Nembrotha, which resembles a bull, and a brightly coloured dragon shrimp.

This underwater colour explosion has been skilfully captured on camera by a 34-year-old amateur photographer who spends her spare time diving in the Pacific Ocean 

This underwater colour explosion has been skilfully captured on camera by a 34-year-old amateur photographer who spends her spare time diving in the Pacific Ocean

A googly-eyed green mantis shrimp jealously guards her eggs in this beautifully colourful picture 

Batfish and a Bluestreak Cleaner Wrasse, which eats the parasites off the larger fish's skin

Batfish and a Bluestreak Cleaner Wrasse, which eats the parasites off the larger fish’s skin

Red Translucent Coral Goby, which has a semi-transparent head and body, with white scales along its topside

Red Translucent Coral Goby, which has a semi-transparent head and body, with white scales along its topside

A dragon shrimp - also known as the Mantis shrimp or a stomatopod - rests on a piece of coral in the Pacific

A dragon shrimp – also known as the Mantis shrimp or a stomatopod – rests on a piece of coral in the Pacific

Chamberlain's Nembrotha, a species of sea slug, lives only in the seas around the Philippines and Indonesia

An almost translucent crab was spotted hitching a ride on an even more transparent jellyfish

An almost translucent crab was spotted hitching a ride on an even more transparent jellyfish

Redhead coral Goby fish is a distinctly bright red with intricate yellow and white markings and dark spots

Redhead coral Goby fish is a distinctly bright red with intricate yellow and white markings and dark spots

A Goby fish with eggs - most of them are relatively small, typically less than 10cm (3.9 in) in length

A Goby fish with eggs – most of them are relatively small, typically less than 10cm (3.9 in) in length

Pregant male pygmy seahorse - these are mainly found in Southeast Asia in the Coral Triangle area. They are some of the smallest seahorse species in the world, typically measuring less than 2cm in height

Pregant male pygmy seahorse – these are mainly found in Southeast Asia in the Coral Triangle area. They are some of the smallest seahorse species in the world, typically measuring less than 2cm in height

Yellow hairy Goby fish - these fish usually lives in pairs and can be found on mucky sand substrates

Yellow hairy Goby fish – these fish usually lives in pairs and can be found on mucky sand substrates

Almost every week the couple visit Taiwan's north east coast to dive and shoot pictures of sea life, and they often visit the Philippines, Indonesia and Palau

Almost every week the couple visit Taiwan’s north east coast to dive and shoot pictures of sea life, and they often visit the Philippines, Indonesia and Palau

 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3251151/Amateur-photographer-captures-kaleidoscope-colours-sea-creatures.html