Traveler, Photographer, Naturalist
That is infinitely beautiful and mysterious. Well done!
Great shots. They are fascinating creatures. I took a similar photo once at the Florida Aquarium - you're welcome to come and check it out when you get the chancehttp://mymobileadventures.blogspot.com/2007/11/blog-post_5283.htmlTink *~*~*
Stunning!! What fabulous shots
Stunning... So many beautiful photos scrolling down the page. Lovely blog.
very beautiful captures
They look like creatures from another world. Delicate yet dangerous.
that is way too cool
Okay, not about jellyfish, but... I just noticed that your address was not "adventuresoftim" but rather "adventuresoftimtim", so I hafta ask - are you a fan of Tintin?
Yes Seabrooke, I am a fan of Tintin and his little dog. In some parts of the world when I say my name (Tim) they so Oh, Tin like the cartoon. I finally figured it out and love the work of Herve - and since I travel for a living -- a funny fit.
Wow...Simply amazing! I like the movement implied in the top shot, in particular.Sorry I've been AWOL--I'm still playing tour guide for my Canadian visitor. Things should ret'n to normal later this week.
I've always loved sea creatures- they take such unusual, bizarre forms and seem to live such mysterious lives in the ocean's depths. Thanks for visiting Primitive Culture, and for all the kind words! I'll definitely by stopping by again to check out your world-spanning images. -X
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