Wednesday, May 6, 2020

Graceful Movement

Swimming in another aquarium within the Water Gallery were otherworldly creatures, moon jellies, moving through the water in a way that was hypnotic, and a bit of a challenge to photograph.

25 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos, of an eerie creature.

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  2. In an aquarium they look beautiful - not in real life! Brrr...

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  3. How did something like that evolve, I wonder?

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  4. Hello, they look beautiful! Have a happy day!

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  5. You did a great job, they look almost magical.

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  6. I can imagine that one could stand there for hours watching the movement!

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  7. What strange creatures there are on earth!

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  8. I can see that this creature would attract your attention. the slow motion keeps you wondering what shape might be next.

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  9. So many strange sea creatures.

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  10. Oh they are tricky William, super shots of these ethereal creatures ✨

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  11. Great shots of the underwater creatures!

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  12. Love the sight of jellyfish, not the sting.

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  13. Strange but fascinating creatures, William.

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  14. Excellent shots of these jellies. They are amazing creatures. They almost seem to be made of nothing.

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  15. @Maywyn: I found them fascinating.

    @Iris: I can imagine.

    @John: quite different from us.

    @Tom: quite so.

    @Eileen: thanks!

    @DJan: they do.

    @RedPat: it is hypnotic.

    @Barbara: definitely.

    @Red: it was tranquil.

    @Sharon: indeed.

    @Grace: thanks.

    @Bill: thank you.

    @Marie: for good reason.

    @Karl: that they are.

    @Michelle: they are delicate.

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  16. William - I admire the jellyfish for its ability to survive with such an ephemeral body. But I also fear them when swimming in the ocean!

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  17. They are the most intersting things!

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  18. Hi William, sorry but I had not been checking your blog recently after reading that you would be suspending for awhile. But then checked back today and found I could be taken on a museum tour once again. Welcome back.

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  19. Jellyfish are fascinating to watch.

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  20. Wonderful capture of the graceful movement ~

    Be Well,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  21. I could watch jellyfish for hours. Mesmerizing!

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  22. I love seeing fish and other water creatures. I would have been stuck there and not seen one other thing in the museum!

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  23. They look amazing, so nice to see your photographs.

    All the best Jan

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  24. I could just sit and watch those!

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