- Carlos (275)
- [2010-07-12 17:50]
Very nice picture.
- Miss_Piggy (18714)
- [2010-07-13 0:05]
Good shot! This shot has an almost ethereal quality to it, the yellow and white against the dark background and the almost spooky shape come together to create a wonderfully moody image. BUT a wonderful moody one indeed, with details beautifully seen. Thanks for sharing. Best regards.
- Dis. Ac. (24509)
- [2010-07-13 0:59]
a great shot.
Very fine colours anaingst dark bg,it's like a spaceship in space.
I don't know the ID but the details are very good.
Well done Amelia, you learn very fast.
- lousat (65489)
- [2010-07-13 9:16]
Hi Amelia,what a beautiful pic! Your different collection is very very nice and full of greata professionals pics.The people of TN don't like a lot the sea world as you can see and this isn't good,impressives works like that need a lot of comments...eehehe....my greats compliments for the moment and don't stop this interesting and unusual serie!Have a nice time and thanks,LUCIANO
- ikeharel (167)
- [2010-07-13 11:01]
Your jelly-fish is more beautiful than ours ... In Israel's Mediterranean-sea there are numeros attacks of blue color's Jelly's , impossible to go to the beach...
Fine shot with marvelouse colors, Amelia.
- Belgerdy (7664)
- [2010-07-14 0:25]
That's some animal we don't see too often here,
- foozi (25839)
- [2010-07-14 7:03]
a nice capture and an excellent composition of this creature. the colour contrast is splendid.
A well presented shot in intense colours.
The tentacles are stunning1
I do not know anything about cameras- did you take this shot with an under water camera?
Like your sea shore photo - I only know Indian Ocean Sea Life - how big was this animal?
I see in the "photo info" that your flash did not fire; what is the light area underneath the fish / on the bottom?
I tried my hand in the Maldives on underwater photography and was totally unsuccessful!!
Your notes are very informative in the tradition of TrekNature...
I like the way you presented this image.
Have a nice evening
Ciao Amelia. Best compliments for this alternative one with fascinating light and bright colours. Bit noised in my opinion.
- uleko (10940)
- [2010-08-13 8:10]
I'm sorry to have overlooked some of your posts - you've made a very nice start here on TN! I love the underwater world and this is a superb capture of a beautiful jellyfish - very professional!! Details are so sharp and the orange/white colours against the dark water wonderful. I remember seeing lots of these off the coast of Denmark as a child.
TFS and best wishes, Ulla