Zebra Crossing II

Dive the shallows of the old Rapid Bay Jetty at the moment and you can expect to be stalked.

This school of Zebra Fish (Girella zebra) started following me around as I searched the general area for other critters. Soon I was so caught up in their antics and carry on that they had me for the rest of my dive.

I’d follow them and then they would follow me. At times I found myself in the middle of the school and then they would break away out into open water only to loop around in big circle to come up behind me again.

Every dive at Rapid Bay is special and this dive the Zebra Fish made it magical.

Photo: Robert Rath, ‘Zebra Crossing II’, 1/400s f/8 ISO160 15mm

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