These are SIMPLY AMAZING photos of SIMPLY AMAZING creatures!!!!
Wow, stunning! How did you get the B&W with only the yellow showing?Thanks for sharing!BG
These are just beautiful.
orgasmic...in so many ways
I believe it was Einstein who said "we must free ourselves by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature and its beauty." Your compositions help us do just that. Thanks Stickup. You have an amazing gift.
This was what I was waiting for..the jellys. You should see how gorgeous they are on my state of the art iMac 27" Lion! (bragging rights - god knows in the world of digital I won't have them for long)These are exquisite and I love how you switch from gold to silver and back again. A real glittery pop for the retina. Diaphanous - thats the word equivalent. Now I'm going to go back and just sink down into these beauties.
I'm back for another look. Captivated. I am so glad you took these shots! Some time ago, I was at Morro Bay...where that big rock is sticking up? And the sand was loaded with jellyfish that washed up. They were stranded and destined to die before the tide came in again. They were beautiful even then, with the setting sun shining through them. I'll never forget that.I learned that the Lion's Mane jelly fish in the arctic is over seven feet in diameter across its head or bell. And it has tentacles 120 feet long. Your photos remind me of these thoughts and memories. Incredible!
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Medusas, arch and poison-filled, are best viewed in the relative safety of a salon, with faux leather couches and gaggles of runny-nosed children pressing gleeful faces against room-sized sheets of glass.
This second part is fantastic!I really like the second by its transparency is fabulous.Congratulations for these wonderful shots and for its beauty.A hug!
Just beautiful! All of them...
Once again I really like these--the colors and shapes are amazing.
Prospero does have a point
These look like photos I would see in National Geographic. I cannot begin to figure out how to take such beautiful marine photos.
Hello...:)Wow wow wow....I'm so happy to stop a little moment by your blog....I think I've never seen such beautiful pictures of jellyfish .... it's almost an aerial ballet, it looks like they fly, carried away by the music of the deep ... it's just magic ...Pictures of white jellyfish are my favorite, what finesse in your images ... it's incredibly beautiful ... thank you dear friend, your work is my joy of the day...i send you all my compliments and all my best thoughts...kisses...
I am speechless! These are most amazing aquarium/medusa shots I have ever seen. Absolutely stunning! Great work.
Once again I'm blown away! I didn't think it would be possible but I like these photos even more than your last post. Amazing!
Holy cow, it's like you were in the tank with them... hope they didn't sting much... amazing how creatures so beautiful can be so poisonous... certain varieties anyway.Ran into one in the water on a beach in Guadeloupe, Caribbean, had a mark on my arm for weeks afterwards where it touched me. So incredibly graceful though. Lovely photos...
Du hast hier hervorragende Fotos und phantastische Bilder! Wunderbar!!!
It is great to see how nicely all your photos jelled! Very Andre Breton!
like mysterious, ever-pulsating, ever folding and unfolding lamps of the other-world - i am mesmerized, forever...(i have always dreamed of living on a beach, with waves washing the wall of the house, i know, my reveries are not very practical :-)
STUNNING! How did I miss these? I gasped as I gazed.
Marvelous, marvelous! Marvelous!
Oh the beauty here !I'm sure I could stand in front of this aquarium and stare at these magnificent creatures for hours.Each of your photos is a jaw dropper.