Jellies

At the Monterey Bay Aquarium in California they have an array of jellies, or jellyfish as they are also called. They are fascinating and fun to watch and have a calming effect, the way they slowly float and move around in the water. The beautiful blue background also helps. I had wanted to post a video, so you could enjoy this calming quality too, but unfortunately WordPress does not let me import mp4’s. I have yet to figure out how I can do this, and will post the video once I have found out. Meanwhile, any tips for this are very welcome!

jellies

Jellies

Jellies

This one is a rather special one, or so I have been told, as it lives in the total dark (hence if was difficult to photograph). I like how you can see the eye and how it looks like an unidentified flying you know what, and in that respect the white stripe of light in the middle conjures up the words: “Beam me up Scotty”. Lastly, I like the face on the right observing this wonderful jelly.

I would like to add that the mission of the nonprofit Monterey Bay Aquarium is to inspire conservation of the oceans.

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4 Responses to “Jellies”

  1. Jet Eliot Says:

    These are beautiful photos, Bertie. I have been to this exhibit and it is mesmerizing. I think you did a good job of capturing that essence. 🙂

    • crea2010 Says:

      Thank you for your kind words Jet! I appreciate it. Glad you went too and were mesmerized by it (and that is the right word for it)!

  2. sumowkowespotkania Says:

    amazing underwater world : ) nice captures

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