This juvenile boxfish was photographed in Anilao, in the Philippines. It was a very small fish (~5 cm), compared to the other fish swimming around a small patch of reef. Not to mention, incredibly frustrating to shoot. The boxfish would meander around the rocky reef, eating bits off of the reef. It seemed like it knew that I wanted its photo, because the second that I would get it into focus, it would slowly turn its tail to me. After around 15 minutes, I finally was able to capture the shot that I was going for. This adorable little fish on a blurred, blue background.