These are the kind of jellies I find washed up on the beach regularly – I love they way they have been lit here, to make their clover-shaped reproductive organs and bodies glow.
Steinhart Aquarium, Academy of Sciences, San Francisco


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  • Carol Berliner
    Carol Berlinerover 4 years ago

    Wooooooow brilliant work instant fav!

  • Hey, Carol!! Nice to see you! Thanks for the fave.

    – Tama Blough

  • djpercival
    djpercivalover 4 years ago

    Love the title, great capture.

  • Thanks! And that is what they are called – very apt name for them!

    – Tama Blough

  • joak
    joakover 4 years ago

    excellent catch pal awfy well done

  • Thanks, buddy! They are cool creatures, for sure.

    – Tama Blough

  • madworld
    madworldover 4 years ago

    Nice work Tama, how beautiful are they???

  • They are very cool – normally, of course, they are not pink, but they lit them that way.

    – Tama Blough

  • Kim McClain Gregal
    Kim McClain Gr...over 4 years ago

    Beuatiful Tama! Wonderful color!

  • I pumped it up just a little, but that is how they had them lit. Pretty cool. Thanks!

    – Tama Blough

  • DravenStudios
    DravenStudiosover 4 years ago

    Great capture Tama!

  • Thank you, sweetie!

    – Tama Blough

  • fototaker
    fototakerover 4 years ago

    great shot – was the pinkish-color added or displayed as such? i went earlier this year and don’t recall the tone. still a very nice capture

  • They were lit with the pink light, which made them glow. Thanks!

    – Tama Blough

  • mindbaby
    mindbabyover 4 years ago

    nice and colorful!

  • Thanks!

    – Tama Blough

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