Chrysaora fuscescens

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Photograph by James Draginda.

Photography contest, Honorable Mention.

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Chrysaora fuscescens – Pacific sea nettle.

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Wonder what the designer was smokin’ when he came up with that!

Was that picture taken at the Monterey Bay Aquarium?

It was taken at the Vancouver Aquarium, actually.

I thought that lighting looked familiar. :-) I managed to get a short video of them, there. Now to add some music…

fnxtr said:

I thought that lighting looked familiar. :-) I managed to get a short video of them, there. Now to add some music…

May I recommend Sant-Saen’s “The Aquarium”, from “The Carnival of the Animals”.

JDraginda said:

It was taken at the Vancouver Aquarium, actually.

The Monterey Bay Aquarium uses the same dark blue background…I’ll have to look for some pictures.

I know this is a bit odd, but when I glanced at this photo from a distance I thought it was a photo of the Challenger Space Shuttle disaster. http://news.nationalgeographic.com/[…]e-shuttle-25th-anniversary-myths-science-nasa/

Paul Burnett said:

JDraginda said:

It was taken at the Vancouver Aquarium, actually.

The Monterey Bay Aquarium uses the same dark blue background…I’ll have to look for some pictures.

Here we go: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lDTF[…]feature=plcp

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