Well, what can I say about fish? Not a lot apart from the fact that they live in water obviously (except Mudskippers from the family of the Gobiidae - gobies, which are amphibious fish). I wasn't that much interested in photographing fish in the beginning, until the moment I discovered that some of them do present an interest for the macro-underwater photographer I am. Some of them because of their vivid colors, some of them because of their behavior, some of them interest me because they are a challenge to catch on photo. Boxfish can be quite colorful; gobies are super interesting, varied and often display interesting behavior. Frogfish are also part of those weird and colorful creatures that attract me so much. And the others: well if I have nothing else to shoot I love watching them, I'm in awe when a big napoleon wrasse or a shark swims by, I get chills thinking about those giant manta rays we saw in the Maldives or the gentlest of giants: the whale sharks of Donsol. Fish, big and small, are the constant and interesting background noise while I'm looking for or photographing my macro stuff.