Another photo featured on Treehugger.com

Another photo featured on Treehugger.com!

It is a picture of a beached jellyfish that had beautiful brown, amber and orange colors in the sunlight. It caught my eye because it contrasted the even dull and monotonous sand surface. After looking at it for a while I thought it looked beautiful, even in death.

See the picture for yourself on treehugger.com or in the treehugger group on flickr along with other lovely pictures.

Or, if you like, go ahead and see it in a larger size and with the option to buy prints and downloads right in my galleries. The caption reads:

A solitary, dead jellyfish broke the monotomy of an endless sandy beach. As it caught the rays of the sun it lit up in beautiful amber and orange colors. And I thought that even in death there is a peculiar beauty to a jellyfish on the beach.

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A solitary, dead jellyfish broke the monotomy of an endless sandy beach. As it caught the rays of the sun it lit up in beautiful amber and orange colors. And I thought that even in death there is a peculiar beauty to a jellyfish on the beach.This photo is also featured on treehugger.com as well as in the treehugger group on flickr along with other lovely pictures.Read more about me, my photography and my blog at my webpage and buy prints and downloads at my galleries. You can also have a look at options for hiring me and licensing terms.¹⁄₂₀₀ sec at ƒ / 11   ·   70 mm   ·   ISO 200   ·   NIKON D700

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