This is a nice one! Congratulations! What is beautiful must be showed!
Please take more pictures and share with us!
PS: Unfortunately the humanity lifestyle is destroying the beautiful nature so fast! And I am sad about it!
Hi there David Doubilet, its a very unique photo a jellyfish in this environment, I heard that due heavy fishing and exploitation of the sea has cause change reaction plus the globe warming.
Love what you are doing and its a life time work, all the best to you and hope you will be capturing more pictures like this and tell the world of its environments effects.
If only we can change the time to 100 years ago and act accordingly and bring back life to its natural growth.
This is a unique photo and it took my breath away. It's so awesome and beautiful! Strange and wonderful.
@Joy Saldanha don't be so literal
An amazing picture,of an amazing creature of the deep. yet we proceed to kill them off in an ecosystem already weakened by Mother nature, who we cannot control, and to our over fishing, dumping of garbage, and poisons into the ocean's,lakes, and rivers, that we can!
A really good shot,and I wish to see many more like this one. j.e.s........
I would consider it an honor to be bitten by such a beautiful creature. But you will never get me in the Ocean. It's just too hazardous. What with all the oil, chemicals to break down the oil, sharks. Also I know what takes the pain out of a bite. If no Emergency crews are around. Urine.
@Caleb Bulow You can still just right click and set as background or save image.
nice snap!!!! this pic is really beautiful..a really nice creative level!! u were at right place at right time
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