Amazing shot - were you diving?? We get Jellyfish invasions a couple of days after the full moon every month but I dont think our Jelly fish look quite as colorful - its more translucent clear - beautiful colors!
Wow, great pic! They look like they glow in the dark. I wouldn't want to run into those at the beach ... - Rachel
ohh they look wonderful:)
Ha ha. Sort of "star trek meets a fairy tale"! Cheers from Stockholm.
Great photo.I was at the oceanarium when the Lisbon Expo'98 was held.I remember that was what I liked the most. There was a nutria just give birth to a calf and was playing with her. Does it live yet?Greetings from MurciaDailyPhoto. (Spain)
We were housed in Cascais. A beautiful coastal town.
No, Kala, I was not diving! :-) The photo was taken at Lisbon public aquarium, called 'Oceanário'.Rachel, they really glow in the dark, maybe it's the light of the tank...Per, that was a good one, you made me laugh! :-)Murcia, glad you have enjoyed the Oceanário! And yes, the nutrias are still alive and they keep on having babies! :-)Oeiras is just half way to Cascais (if you're coming from Lisbon).Thank you all for the comments.
What a great photo! Well done.
l'année des méduses, vraiment impressionnant, mais cette danse des méduses est très belle à voir. year jellyfish, really impressive, but this dance jellyfish is very beautiful to see.
Do these one's sting? Lovely shot.
Thank you, Lavenderlady!Olivier, as they have a permanet flow in the tank, the dancing never stops and that is really beautiful!Kris, I have no idea if they sting... They really look kind of sweet, but with these animals, we never know... :-)
Fantástica foto, Amigo!Parabéns.
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