Blue Blubber Jelly


Blue Blubber Jelly (Catostylus mosaicus) is next; this was a hard photo to take as these jellies move real fast. To take a clear image of something fast, you need to decrease the shutter speed to fractions of a second. When the shutter speed is that fast you need more light because the camera captures less light with a faster speed. However, the flash will reflect against the aquarium tank and overexpose the image. So I was happy to get one semi-ok photo. Am I the only one that thinks their tentacles look like pine trees


The thumbnail photo is a low-quality photo with watermarks, the downloaded file will not have a watermark and will be a larger JPED file. Please note the Copy Right remains with me, downloading doesn’t give your permission to resale or distribute the photo.

This is a digital purchase; you purchase an image file to download; again, nothing will be shipped; this is a virtual transaction. 


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