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Sunrise Through A Dead Fish Eyes

Photographer Mike Dotsch captured this beautiful photo of the sunrise as seen through the eyes of a fish skull. The photo was an entrant in the 2011 Popular Photography Readers Photo Contest. Came upon these fish bones while walking on the shore of Lake Huron near Alpena, Michigan. I lowered my old bones to sand [...]
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