Lines | Tentacles

This week, The Daily Post’s photo prompt is Lines.

I took this photo back during the fall I believe, at the National Aquarium in Baltimore Inner Harbor.  I love jellyfish.  I love how beautiful yet deadly they can be.  They’re a bit like birds… You’re probably looking at the screen right now like… uh, how is that?  Have you ever been to the beach and watched the gulls?  They seem to just ride the wind, floating there so effortlessly.  Well, jellyfish are kind of the same.  They have no bones, so they just float and ride along on the currents of the water.  It’s a beautiful thing to watch.

While this isn’t my best shot, I still love how it came out.  What do you think?

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3 thoughts on “Lines | Tentacles

  1. I’m definitely loving this blog find! Great photo! Also I love the similarities in our posts, blog names and backgrounds! My most recent post was my trip home to Baltimore in March 2016 at the Inner Harbor. My blog’s name is “Robertsnapspot”. Lastly, I am retired military. Such a pleasure finding your blog! Robert

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    1. I’ll definitely have to check out your blog. I’m trying to get back into posting so that I’m ready on May 1st when I plan to start posting daily again. Wish me luck lol. I’m glad that you’ve enjoyed your time in my little space here, and I hope to see you again soon. Thanks for the comment 😊.

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