Friday, September 5, 2008

Jellyfish At Turtle Rock

13 comments:

Kostas said...

Very good your blog with splendidly posts and beautiful photographs!
Congratulations!

Lisa Wilson said...

What a cool photo!

Leedra said...

Looks huge, probably just the angle.

Snapper said...

It was maybe 24 inches at it's widest point

Michaela said...

Great shot! I love the black and white. It's so gross, yet so cool (the jellyfish, not the black and white).

Strangetastes said...

How big is this thing? There's nothing in the picture to define scale but it looks like it could be a meter or more across. Scary.

Sorry no comments in so long - new dimensions in overwork plus some travel.

Julie said...

24" in my books is a big jelly fish!

The pairing of the JF with the lake is pretty good and I guess this would have been lost in colour. Is that your digging stick in the sand on the right?

Virginia said...

"Get out the meat tenderizer Momma. That giant jellyfish has stung me good!"

Knoxville Girl said...

what's really cool is the reflection of the sky on the jellyfish.

David said...

You are a very good photographer!

Sherry said...

Beautiful photography, Wow I have heard of them that big, but never seen one Great Shot.

Becky said...

Looks like something out of a sci-fi movie. :o)

Caitlin said...

My family has a rock at Sandwell that we named Turtle Rock because it looked like a turtle, so my heart kind of jumped when I saw the title, but then I realized that it's just a made up name, so I started to wonder: Where is the real turtle rock?