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Underwater Photo Contest Entry

Taken by: Ross Gudgeon

Red Jellyfish backlit by sun. Ningaloo Reef, Western Aus...
Red Jellyfish backlit by sun.  Ningaloo Reef, Western Aus... by Ross Gudgeon
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Posted: Wednesday, May 13, 2009- (5/13/2009 4:06:00 AM)
Category: Wide Angle - Marine Life
location: Indian Ocean Australia
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Editor's Comment
A backlit jelly may be a cliche but for a subject to become a cliche it must be worth revisiting (and Ross's one proves it!)
message this message is importantAnother amazing shot Ross - keep them coming!
 
Digidiverdeb
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message Hi Ross, Great Shot! grin Congrats!

Rich
 
Richard Witmer
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message Thankyou.

digidiverdeb wrote: comment

keep them coming


These jellyfish only seem to appear for a few weeks once a year. I did a number of dives with them and was lucky enough to get a few shots I was very happy with. I'm looking forward to later on this year when the Lion's Mane Jellyfish appear around in similar numbers for a few weeks. smile

 
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message perfect
 
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message I totally agree: WOOOOOOWWWW !!! Amazing shot !

All the best,

ANDRE
 
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message Congrats Ross a very well deserved HOTSHOT :o) cool
 
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