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NIKON CORPORATION
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Feb 25, 2005, 11:41:27 AM
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Jelly Fish 2 by epiphyte78 Jelly Fish 2 by epiphyte78
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Jelly Fish 2by epiphyte78

Photo taken at Monteray Bay Aquarium
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babynuke Featured By Owner May 11, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
Jelly fish are amazing. You sometimes just can't help wonder how it's even possible that they're alive.
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QuotidianAubergine Featured By Owner May 10, 2005
Ooooh, that's spectacular. Isn't nature amazing!

Louie
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coolmarvin Featured By Owner May 10, 2005  Hobbyist Digital Artist
WOW :O
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HiKaruMioko Featured By Owner May 10, 2005   Photographer
i love the Monteray Bay Aquarium its so pretty! the jelly fish is prob the best area, but the shark part is cool too! i love the outside area, one day standing out there i saw a sunfish, it was as big as a vw bug. we were talking to an awuarium marine bio. person about it, he said it was big for one out there, and it was so close too!
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Oceanbound Featured By Owner May 10, 2005
Wow thats amazing. Its nearly not there.
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d3r-t Featured By Owner May 10, 2005
:jawdrop:
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youreinforitnow Featured By Owner May 10, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
What an amazing piece of photography, how did you do that?
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epiphyte78 Featured By Owner May 10, 2005   Photographer
Thanks, wish I could take more credit for the picture but it was pretty much a beautiful subject. The light conditions were pretty lousy but I shot an ISO of around 400, used my trusty tripod (which little kids kept tripping over in the dark), and for the most part it was a fairly slow moving jelly fish. Other jelly fish were really moving. Additionally, I didn't use a flash for any of the shots which would have caused glare from the glass which was pretty dirty from the pawing of 100s of grubby little hands. Now thinking about it I probably should have got a couple of pictures of that.
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youreinforitnow Featured By Owner May 11, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
I think you can still take credit for it, it's not something many people many to capture very often, it's a great photograph.
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FNQ Featured By Owner May 10, 2005
Great shot :)
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