- ALIRIZA (781)
- [2006-04-06 14:50]
Hello Evelynn ,
What an interesting shot. POV, nice colors, composition and framing are very well. Well done. Congratulations...
- anavazao (3829)
- [2006-04-06 17:22]
amazing composition and definition! Great colours, DOF and details!
- elefantino (14406)
- [2006-04-07 3:44]
Your pics are always original.
Thanks for posting your compositions.
- Robespierre (1424)
- [2006-04-07 17:28]
A very nice composition. I like the bright colours in your photo. Good sharpness all over. Good work.
Thx and regards, Ruud
- Scott (1752)
- [2006-04-10 14:11]
very nice, original, color is nice and the focus crisp.
- LCannon (3107)
- [2006-04-17 1:25]
This is so nice Evelynn, makes me want to jump in the car and run to the beach. You've achieved such true color here, the light is perfect. Well done. I'll have to visit the rest of your beach creatures later....time to sleep. Until later.
Thats awesome. Manyee found a couple of those in a tide pool at Pescadero beach and I wanted to touch it. I know I'm like a child. :) but I was always tought that if its beautiful bright colors then it is probably poisonous. Im probably lucky I didn't touch it. Anyway back to your photo. I like the composition very much. I like how the seaweed sways above the anemone. Exposureis quite good as well. TFS.
After reading your note, I got curious and did some research and found somthing enteresting.
Sea Anemone Stingers Deliver Drugs:
Oct. 23, 2006 — A future drug-delivery method could come from a surprising source: the stinging cells of sea anemones and jellyfish.
The method, developed by Israel-based NanoCyte, has been demonstrated effective for delivering anesthesia and insulin for diabetes, but has additional applications for treating acne, wrinkles and perhaps even painting pain-free tattoos. Its developers hope to bring it to market by 2007.
"The NanoCyte technology was tested on over 100 volunteers with no sensation at all," said Tamar Lotan, founder and president of the company.
Very enteresting Fact:Sea slugs that feed on jellyfish and sea anemone often remove the stinging cells from their prey, mount them to their own skin, and use them for defense.
- touristdidi (2490)
- [2007-08-05 1:14]
I love going to Leo Carrillo at low tide..... I love the ocean. Nice photo of local lie.