Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Water ...

... Wednesday with eyes watching from below -



Nancy said...

You would never know he/her was there watching you!!

Maria Berg said...

When I was younger I went to the beach and did fish those and them we had them for dinner. I did not like them - but it is not much fish I do like.

I did like the, The garfish (Belone belone) is a pelagic, oceanodromous needlefish found in brackish and marine waters of the Eastern Atlantic, the Mediterranean Sea, the Baltic Sea, etc. The fish lives close to the surface and has a migratory pattern similar to that of the mackerel. From the North Sea garfish migrate to shallow waters in April and May. They spawn in areas with eel grass in May and June. In the autumn they return to the open sea, including the Atlantic west of the British Isles.

Garfish are pelagic, they feed on small fish and leap out of the water when hooked.

Because they do have green bone inside so it is easy to see!

Love Maria

Laura said...

So cool! When are we going diving again?