Jellyfish – A Photo Subject of Texture

Do you like taking photographs? Check out this week’s photo challenge of finding unexpected textures in the world around us. My submission is of a smooth jellyfish upon rough sand.

Jellyfish on Beach

Jellyfish on sand – a study of textures.

Although jellyfish have been around for over 650 million years, they’re still very mysterious. In fact, just yesterday a giant and extremely venomous jellyfish was found off Western Australia’s northwest coast. Most jellyfish or jellies are free-swimming marine animals consisting of a gelatinous umbrella-shaped bell and trailing tentacles, they live up to a year and survive by eating just about anything they run into!

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