One more gobby Gobius cobitis has a sunbath.
In the background, beyond the stone a dotted tail of a rusy Peacock wrasse, that I told 20 pictures earlier about is viewable. When having a look at this picture for the first time I thought of seeing a head, not a tail. So does a predator: it makes no sense to attack, if the prey is watching from a shelter intently. Wise, isn't it?

There are also an acorn-like oyster left to the gobby, an urchin on the right and a Patella in the center of the upper stone.
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