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Oncorhynchus gorbuscha
Pink salmon

Photograph by Baikada (ばいかだ)

I grew up in the vicinity of Tokyo of Japan. In the river of a thing of there, salmon and trout (Oncrhynchus spp.) do not go up. In the place where I lived, there was the downstream region in the river, too and the river repair, and going down to the river directly were a difficult situations. The fish which I could watch was only Carp (Cyprinus carpio) and Mullet (Mugil cephalus).These fish suffer greatly, too, but are not big so as to be impressive.

I began to live in Hokkaido. And, I was impressed to see the appearance that Chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) one meter over and “Humpback” Pink salmon (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha) do the river in the presence after.

このSnakes logでも、「FISH」というカテゴリを作りましたが、陸のカメラしか持っていないと、なかなか写真も増やせないですね。水槽など駆使すれば、また面白そうな写真が撮れるのではないかと思っています。
I settled a category called “FISH” for this “Snake ‘s log”, but the photographs do not increase too much because I have only the camera that I use it on the land. If I devise water tanks and use it, I think that I may take the photograph which seems to be interesting.

However, I think that a pink color mature of the male in Pink salmon is splendid also in such a photograph. I wanted to take the figure that a salmon and a trout jumped cheerfully in a river, but only a fish without spirit has already stayed because the time was late. Still, I am impressed by the figure which a big fish of dozens of swims in front of my eyes.

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