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34 comments:

  1. Wow... fantastic captures. Thank you for sharing.

    Have a wonderful week.

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  2. Hi! Very beautiful photos! The jellyfishes are very popular in the Japanese aquarium too.

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  3. So cool, did you use an underwater camera?

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    1. No, these were at one of the NC aquariums. I could have watched them for hours!

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  4. Clever title!!! Lovely photos as well! Have a grand week!

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  5. So cool, how did you ever find these to shoot?

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    1. They were at the ND aquarium. A gorgeous display!

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  6. Beautiful pictures of the jellyfish. Happy Tuesday!

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  7. I always find jelly fishes so facinating to watch. have a great week and thanks for hosting! I know this must be a lot of work.
    http://travelingbugwiththreeboys-kelleyn.blogspot.com/

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  8. Love the pink jellyfish in contrast to the blue water.

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  9. Hold the peanut butter! Love these!

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  10. I can not help it Sue, but somehow, those jelly fish are a bit scary. Unlike Jelly Babies!

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  11. Jellyfish are amazing creatures of the ocean. So much is a mystery in the ocean!

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  12. incredible jelly fish pics....WOW

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  13. Great shots! Glad they were behind glass.

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  14. I love jelly fish as well..they always look magical!

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  15. We love jellies. To look at, not to swim with. LOL.

    Great photos, Sue. Thank you for hosting!

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  16. Lovely shots. We have jelly fish now in the Baltic Sea, but they aren't that impressive.
    Thank you for hosting.

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  17. Wow, fantastic photos.

    Many greetings
    Wolfgang

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  18. Spectacular! Love looking at them , but don't like to get near them in the ocean.

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  19. There are amazing photos! Thank you for sharing and hosting!

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  20. These are truly incredible shots...Mother Nature never disappoints...:)jp

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  21. I haven't posted a photography post in far too long!

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  22. Wow - cool colors! Thanks for sharing with us on Communal global linky <3

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  23. Stunning photos! I wouldn't want to meet these, not at least the poisonous ones!

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  24. Such beautiful shots. Thanks for sharing them. Thanks for hosting and sorry I am so late.

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