I took this photo with my iPhone and ‘instagrammed it’ – which is basically applying filters post capture to give it some of the characteristics that I love from my use of film & toy cameras (which I did not have on hand at the time) I instantly felt it was one of the best photographs I have made this year… yes, the puffer fish was deceased. It was on the pier at Rosebud, no doubt discarded by a fisherman earlier.
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