A Word A Week Photograph Challenge – Reef


 

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Plenty of opportunities here for those photos of fish, diving, sharks coral and all things associated with reefs.  This picture has been taken from a plane of the   reef off the coast of Zanzibar.

 

 

As most of you know, but for the newbies once a week I dip into my old English Oxford dictionary and pick a word on the page that it falls open at.  The challenge is to post a photograph you like best to describe what that word means to you. Please put a link back to my challenge post in your post so others can follow the thread and take part and also put your post link in my challenge post comments section so people can follow it back to your blog, see your take on the subject and peruse your blog.  Good luck.

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