Last month, we featured a rather interesting photo set that had some of the best underwater photos we’ve seen, and they weren’t your typical shots. Instead, they contained miniature figurines in some comical and quite ingenious situations. Each of the figurines helped tell the story of what was going on with the animals in the photo, and as we promised in that article, we’ve got our hands on another set of images. Jason Isley of Scubazoo shared his latest set of miniatures with us, this time with all new figurines in even funnier poses in our opinion. This set was taken at the Bunakan National Park and Lembeh Strait in Indonesia.
It’s really hard to pick a favorite, but we selected “Nemo’s Revenge” as our favorite for the moment. It features a clownfish with its own pet human, reflecting on the scenes from the “Finding Nemo” movie in which the small clownfish was captured and placed into a fish tank. Beyond that figurine, there are several more of the underwater invasion, underwater attack, leisure, and worker poses that we first saw in Jason’s original miniature set. New to the series is a really neat set of figurines that are responding to some sort of chemical spill or similar disaster. They can be seen investigating a few eggs, exploring acidians, and checking out what appears to be a plate coral.
To view more of these images, be sure to visit Jason on his Flickr page, otherwise continue below for some great imagery.
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