Series of photos with a touch of art...

Here are a series of pictures I took in an arty angle.

These are two little fish I caught. The scropion fish (Family Scorpaenidae) hit my line 4 times in a row! The first image shows (Leiognathus splendens), common name: Slipmouths, Ponyfishes and Slimys.
Sold fresh at market. Small, sedentary fish, shoals in shallow coastal water. Feeds on invertebrates. Elongate oval compressed body with naked, bony ridges to dorsum of head. Conspicuous concave lower jaw profile produces pointed snout. Terminal mouth protractile and maxilla absent from external edge of mouth. Eyes relatively large. High lateral line closely concurrent to dorsum profile. Extended spinous front dorsal almost continuous to soft-rayed portion.

On the left that's another fish i got obviously CNR. Note how the baits were rigged.

BJT (Bedok Jetty) from another angle.