Strange Pearl Of The Sea
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A shot taken today, my first photo of a cnidarian what I post, and a species popping up the 1st time on TN. It's the compass jellyfish (Chrysaora hysoscella), which I found less common on the Irish sea shores than the moon jellyfish (Aurelia aurita) - anyway, we can't be sure if the huge jellyfish invasion we experienced in 2017 will continue in the next years or it was a one-time off thing.
This species is new to TN, so please read the articles on wikipedia or Animal diversity.
Photo: taken on the majestic beach of Ardmore, in manual exposure mode. PP: moderate cropping, very slightly increasing highlights and decreasing shadows, little bit sharpened after re-sizing to the TN-standard.
Thanks for looking.
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Indeed it is a interesting colorful jellyfish. Very good details and colors.
wow, striking jellyfish and a great picture, Greetings Ori
Ciao Laszlo, great view of fantastic specie, fine details, wonderful natural colors and splendid sharpness, very well done, my friend, ciao Silvio
Great shot of this interesting cnidarian with excellent focus and DoF. Very well done,
- [2017-07-17 20:34]
I have viewed two new species in the same day, how exciting is that!! This is a lovely species of jellyfish which is new to me. The features and colors are amazing, what a beautiful creature. Fantastic detail and perfectly exposed. Congratulations on your accomplishment!!
- [2017-07-18 9:39]
Hi Laszlo,very interesting post,this time from a beach and not from a forest. Very curious jellyfish,i like a lot the design and the brown color,a great capture from above very sharp and bright...a first time is always a great satisfaction!! Have a nice evening and thanks,Luciano