On a sunny afternoon, I spent 4 hours lying on the Choquers’ dock watching the jelly fish float by resulting in over 200 pictures. Here are the ones I found most intriguing.
Amazingly these creatures are translucent.
Magnifying lenses come to mind.
Movements are graceful as they float around the water.
Expansion and subtraction are some of the motions as they propel themselves forward onto their next destination.
Reflections of the boats add intrigue to the photography.
Swarming in groups throughout the ocean they can be seen as white or pink splotches.
Individuals, all different from one to the next and from the one before.
Immediately attend to stings as I hear they can be quite painful.
Pinkish jelly fish are more poisonous than the white ones, or so I’ve been told.