Clouds can be colourful...not just white and grey.
Thursday, August 30, 2007
Thank You, Ole!.....
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hangs up his boots on Tuesday. Gosh! I am going to miss the baby-faced assassin, those late late goals that he scored as a Supersub and the "You are my Solskjaer" song sang after every goal.
It had been a great time watching him played for the past Eleven years. And who can forget that wonderful finishing touch of 1999 Champions League final against Bayern Munich that brought the Treble.
Thank you, Ole!
And one last time (to the tune of You are my sunshine):
"You are my Solskjaer, my Ole Solskjaer. You make us happy, when skies are grey. Cause when it is boring, you just keep scoring. So please don't take our Solskjaer away."
It is the Lunar 7th month a.k.a Hungry Ghost Month. I was out diving at Pulau Hantu again with The Hantu Bloggers this morning. So, here's the question. Did I see any Hantu (Malay for ghost)?
Nahhhh.....no Hantu (Hmmm.....I think so :oP). But there's other stuffs waiting for us.
First up, is this pregnant Tigertail Seahorse Papa! See the swollen pouch?
Seahorses (and its cousin, Pipefishes) are the only animal in the world in which it's the male that gets pregnant. The female seahorse produces eggs and injects them into the male, who has a pouch where the eggs are fertilized and nurtured till the babies are born.
Talking about Pipefishes, we did see one. Here's the Ocellate Pipefish.
Apart from these two fishes, we have this Filefish
A Carpet Eel Blenny
and a Whip goby on a Sea Whip!
In fact, there were two of them on this Sea Whip.
There was not many flatworm today. We only managed to see two of this guy.
This one was swimming and here's a video of it when it landed on the rubble.
Also managed to see this cowrie shell. It's a Tan and White cowrie (Cypraea cribraria). It looks like the animal just passed away not long ago.
Is that all? Hmmmm.....by now you must be wondering where's the nudibranch right?
Hey hey, of course I saw them. Lots of them!!! They are not Hantu you know. :oP
There's three Ceratosoma gracillimumagain! One on the broken pillar, one on the sandy slope and last one stuck in crevice.
And the usual suspects were seen too.
And today, I have two new sightings!
Here's the first one, which I think is a Glossodoris sp. Does anyone think otherwise?