In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Change.”
The blue ribbon eel is one of the most fascinating creatures of change. All of the ribbon eels are born male. Toward the last year of their life, they may begin to turn yellow, and also turn into a female. All yellow ribbon eels are female, and all blue ribbon eels are male. A female ribbon eel will procreate after she has changed, and then die, so it is very rare to see a yellow ribbon eel.
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My photographs are taken with a Nikon D810 in Sea and Sea Housing using two YS-D1 Strobes.
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