An Intricate Microcosmos

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I often hovered motionless and watched the coral reef for a while...

“I often hovered motionless and watched the coral reef for a while, contemplating reef fish behavior. Each organism was busy defending its way of life. Tiny fish would attack divers the moment we ventured too far into their territory. There were all kinds of characters: the camouflaged, the timid, the curious, the bullies, the cowards. Some were defensive, others aggressive. As I watched the busy shuffling and posturing on the reef, I saw an intricate microcosmos, a perfect metaphor of human social life and daily struggles.”
(excerpt from Paralian, chapter 24 “Indian Ocean”) http://www.liamklenk.com/

 

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