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A strong southerly wind pushed these mating horseshoe crabs into the beach at the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge in Titusville Florida USA.
Nikon D2H 14mm lens 1/300sec f8.0 ISO200
hoseshoe crabs, merritt island nwr, titusville, florida, larry grayam
what an interesting picture!!
– Larry Grayam
One of the oldest lines of evolution on the planet: descended from trilobites over 400 million years ago. Fascinating.
And judging from some of the barnacles on these that may have been original, thanks Ben.
Great shot! Love the low pov. John
Had to straighten the horizon some but it worked, Thanks John
wow larry this is fabulous , never seen anything like these before – super sparkles on the sea too:-)
Glad you like it Jules
Didn’t know they did this! Nice catch with this one!
I had just shot the shuttle landing and this was less than 100’ away, lucky me thanks Paulette
Very insightful, how big are these creatures. Nice capture.