Last week I paid a visit to the Georgia Aquarium. It is a great place to be and provides a lot of photo opportunities.
Never actually having shot in an Aquarium, the biggest challenge was to fight reflections. Many tanks were way too dark to not use a flash (where allowed) and having other folks cramming around the same glass, you need to be careful not to get them into the focus. Over the next few days/weeks I will be showing some fish here, starting out with two that I find interesting. (I should have written down what they are all called, not easy to research for smaller fish)
These Tuna were at the entrance, seemingly doing circles around you. Quite powerful fish.
If I remember correctly, they are called Clawfish. Easy to Photograph as they don't move much