Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Watery Wednesday #55

My, my, my! Where does the week go? Are you ready to get cyber web? Are you ready to dive in to Watery Wednesday? How many of you have those galoshes sitting by your computer just in case? LOL! Let's do it!

I'm still revisiting photos from past posts that I'm sure many of you haven't seen. This is one of my favorites from either the Long Beach Aquarium or the Cabrillo Aquarium. I love to look at jellyfish.



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42 comments:

ewok1993 said...

Hi Ms Saxy how have you been? Cool image.

Gunilla said...

Fantastic shot.
Thanks for sharing

Gunilla in Sweden

Martha Z said...

I too, love to watch jelly fish in an aquarium. This is a great shot.

Guy D said...

Fascinating photo!

All the best
Guy
Regina In Pictures

Mojo said...

Cool! Are these "Moon Jellies"? I got a few shots of them at an aquarium here once, but they had the tank lit with a blue light so the jellyfish looked... well, blue. I think I like 'em better this way.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Jellyfish are fascinating creatures!

Rinkly Rimes said...

I've been reading frightening reports recently about giant jellyfish multiplying because of Global Warming! Yours are very beautiful but a bit too large for me!

Autumn Belle @ KDP said...

The jellyfishes looks good in black and white. They are so beautiful to watch. My post today is about koi fishes. Happy Watery Wednesday!

Vicki ~ FL said...

I too, love to watch jellyfish and this is a cool image.

April said...

Jellyfish are fascinating creatures. Very lovely photo!

Pam said...

Beautiful shots of the jellyfish, Sweet T... I've never seen anything like then before.

Thanks for hosting Watery Wednesday!
Enjoy your evening.

Tink *~*~* said...

Jelly fish and light were made for one another - love this!

Tink *~*~*

storyteller at Sacred Ruminations said...

Jellyfish are fascinating aren't they? Lovely capture ;--)
Hugs and blessings,

kden said...

I love jellyfish. Your shot is wonderful; they look so graceful.

Tricia said...

What's not to love... they're so coool! Don't wanna meet one, just admire from a distance! hehehehe

Dimple said...

Neat shot!

Greyscale Territory said...

Jelly fish offer such creative shapes and luminous tones! A swimming piece of abstract art! Beautiful photo!

luna miranda said...

they look fascinating!

Denise said...

This is a fabulous shot, so sharp and clear.

Sara Chapman said...

If you love jellyfish, you MUST go to the aquarium in Monterrey, California. They have the best display in the world, I think. Great shot!

Kirigalpoththa said...

Great shot!

Linnea W said...

Thanks for all your WW efforts. This shot is wonderful. I can see the movement...and such detail!

Mar said...

My son used to call them flowers, when he was little.
Lovely shot!!
My WW

NatureFootstep said...

great shot. This is soo hard to get :)

eileeninmd said...

They are amazing creatures and you captured beautifully. Thanks for sharing.

Thanks for hosting Watery Wednesday.

Ms. Fiddlesticks said...

Wonderful picture.

TOMO said...

Beautiful photo!
I feel their movement with elegance in this photo.

Karen said...

Really cool photo!! I love to watch them too. So graceful.

gengen said...

Wow is that a jelly fish? Mine is up...

shopannies said...

very cool picture

Artlover said...

Wow, very cool and beautiful photo. Great shot.

Chie Wilks said...

ohh so beautiful...great shot

Eurostarsblog said...

i'm back here again! perfect photo!

Creative Mish said...

I love watching the Jelly Fish. I was at the aquarium at the Oregon coast last week. Fascinating!

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Regina said...

How amazing! Excellent one.

Ruby said...

i'm still catching! nice pix..love it!

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Nishant said...

Really cool photo!! I love to watch them too. So graceful. How to make a website

Quilt Works said...

I am so pleased to discovery this blog! I love water and reflections, and many of photos feature it.

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