Reef starfish often gather together to form a mass of tentacles, like these ones on the west coast of the North Island in New Zealand. A more creative, black and white approach helps bring out the texture and shape of the animals.

Reef starfish often gather together to form a mass of tentacles, like these ones on the west coast of the North Island in New Zealand. A more creative, black and white approach helps bring out the texture and shape of the animals. 2013 – Wildlife Photographer of the Year (Natural History Museum (NHM) and BBC Worldwide) – Finalist in Nature in Black and White

Reef starfish often gather together to form a mass of tentacles, like these ones on the west coast of the North Island in New Zealand. A more creative, black and white approach helps bring out the texture and shape of the animals. 2013 – Wildlife Photographer of the Year (Natural History Museum (NHM) and BBC Worldwide) – Finalist in Nature in Black and White

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