Tanked at the aquarium

I recently signed up for a 3-week photography workshop at Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada in Toronto, which basically means running around gob-smacked at coral reefs, sharks, jelly fish and kilometer after kilometer of living colour.

Here are some picks from Week 2.

Odds and sods at Toronto’s new aquarium

Okay…there is absolutely no theme to today’s photos from the Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada except that there is no theme.

See also photos of: sharks, coral reef, jelly fish, interactive displays and dangerous fishes.

Deep and dangerous at Toronto’s new aquarium

An assortment of photos that don’t necessarily follow a tight pattern from my trip to Ripleys Aquarium of Canada here in Toronto.

See also photos of the shark, coral reef, jelly fish, and interactive exhibits

Jellies at Toronto’s new aquarium

Have to work on my photograph a little more to improve my photos of the jelly fish exhibit at Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada.

The scenes are so dark, I may need my tripod. Alternatively, this could be a good chance to play with my macro lens.

For my other aquarium photologs, visit:

Sharks at Toronto’s new aquarium

Coral reef at Toronto’s new aquarium

Coral reef at Toronto’s new aquarium

As I mentioned in yesterday’s post, the Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada finally opened in Toronto.

Today, I am posting some photos from their coral reef exhibits.

City on the lake

A long weekend Monday in Toronto saw thousands make their way to the beach. If this summer doesn’t get crappy soon, I may not get any work done.