Tippets: Subject Prejudice, New Catfish Species, Carp Facts, SUP Craze

  • Each photo tells a story, although the precise line is left up to the eye of the beholder. “It remains up to the individual viewer to view, interpret, and absorb the image,” writes Jess McGlothlin. Yet even so, “Photography is at the mercy of the subject’s prejudice.” Read more at Fire Girl Photography.
  • Recent research published in the journal Zookeys identified a new catfish discovered in Brazil. Only 1.2 to 1.4 inches in length when full grown, the new species is a member of the genus of armored catfishes. Via Water Currents.
  • Just as you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, you shouldn’t judge a carp by its (to some) unattractive looks. Phil Monahan dishes out what you want to know about the common carp but are too afraid to ask.
  • Stand up paddle boards are portable and offer a great vantage of sight, thus being embraced by fly anglers. Scott Willoughby highlights this “craze” that offers very real benefits in The Denver Post.
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