A Slice of Life 2012

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Ocean April 7, 2012

Filed under: 52/366 Challenge — Tammy @ 8:00 am
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The Lion’s Mane Jellyfish is the largest known species of jellyfish. Its range is confined to the cold waters of the Artic, northern Atlantic, and northern Pacific Oceans.  They especially like the shallow waters of the coasts, but can be seen floating on the surface of the deep waters in the ocean.


12 Responses to “Ocean”

  1. Tony Says:

    Marvellous Jellifish, marvellous images!

  2. lynn Says:

    these are sensational, such colour and movement, brilliant Tammy

  3. Sherrie Says:

    Hi Tammy,
    Beautiful!! Love these pictures. Have a great day!


  4. danudin Says:

    Must be big to outsize the Nomura Jellyfish invading Japanese waters as they can be up to 6 feet in diameter. Thank heavens they stay up North with you lot!LoL

  5. steven Says:

    So much with such a small color palette! Very, very cool.

  6. PC PHOTO Says:

    Your jellyfish photos are awesome! I have only ever seen them washed up on shore, you have captured their beauty.

  7. Madelaine Says:

    Amazing capture! Great details, color and composition and a view of a beautiful sea creature I rarely see.

  8. bonniegunkel Says:

    I am loving these jelly fish shots of yours! Beautiful!

  9. Steve Says:

    Two more stunning captures….the colours are superb

  10. Bobbie Says:

    Lovely and delicate–especially since they are so deadly! Didn’t they feature in one of the very last of the Sherlok Holmes stories? Truly, you are my very favorite wildlife photographer. These shots would be in National Geographic.

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