Wanderings Of A Canadian Loon Through The National Capital And Beyond
Beautiful photos, of an eerie creature.
In an aquarium they look beautiful - not in real life! Brrr...
How did something like that evolve, I wonder?
...graceful for sure!
Hello, they look beautiful! Have a happy day!
You did a great job, they look almost magical.
I can imagine that one could stand there for hours watching the movement!
What strange creatures there are on earth!
I can see that this creature would attract your attention. the slow motion keeps you wondering what shape might be next.
So many strange sea creatures.
Oh they are tricky William, super shots of these ethereal creatures ✨
Great shots of the underwater creatures!
Love the sight of jellyfish, not the sting.
Strange but fascinating creatures, William.
Excellent shots of these jellies. They are amazing creatures. They almost seem to be made of nothing.
@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.
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!
They are the most intersting things!
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.
Jellyfish are fascinating to watch.
Wonderful capture of the graceful movement ~ Be Well,A ShutterBug Explores,aka (A Creative Harbor)
I could watch jellyfish for hours. Mesmerizing!
I love seeing fish and other water creatures. I would have been stuck there and not seen one other thing in the museum!
They look amazing, so nice to see your photographs.All the best Jan
I could just sit and watch those!