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    MamaDuck said:

    Beautiful! Happy WW – ours is up as well.

    Lifecruiser: Yes, it’s like art I think :-)

    Lazy Daisy said:

    Ah fascinating creature, very painful stings.

    Lifecruiser: Hm, yes, you don’t only get a sting in your heart for it’s beautiful….

    my 2 cents said:

    Hmm, looks like something I would not want to step on at the beach. Interesting picture.

    Lifecruiser: No, not me either…. Lucky they was big, so it’s difficult to miss!

    mar said:

    We have the transparent ones along our coast, I guess they are all beautiful and mean :grin: Happy WW!

    Lifecruiser: We too, on the east coast, small ones, that don’t sting. But this one is from Denmark actually. I have ni idea how nasty it can be… thank god :-)

    PJ said:

    eww, look that one has been there awile.. :-)

    Have a nice Wednesday

    Lifecruiser: Yes, but still not too dry :-)

    Ma said:

    I’m glad I haven’t gotten stuck by one of those.

    I’m up too.

    Lifecruiser: Me too, but we don’t have any stingy ones at the east coast, luckily.

    SunshineBlues said:

    Looks like a really big blobby jellyfish! The kind you hate to step on because they feel so icky! Great shot! You have some good one! Mine is up. Happy Wednesday!

    Lifecruiser: Yes, they sure are icky, but at the same time like art to watch :-)

    Melli said:

    Eeeewwww… ucka jelly! Looks like a MUSHROOM! LOL! :mrgreen:

    Lifecruiser: Actually I have a shot of one that even is more icky than this one. That one we spotted in Scotland…

    Moogie said:

    This is an awesome shot! I love all things jellyfish. Some of them are so beautiful. Not to get stung by mind you, but beautiful to look at. My WW is up!

    Lifecruiser: Yes, they really are beautiful, fantastic creatures, to watch them float around.

    julie said:

    Cool picture of the jelly fish!!! They are really neat creatures but don’t want to get too close:) Mine is up. Happy Wednesday

    Lifecruiser: Thanks Julie. I’ll pop over and see what’s up on yours :-)

    PixiePincessMom said:

    That’s a jellyfish? Kinda looks like a cow patty. :oops: Has to be neat to see one up close like that.

    Lifecruiser: Yes, I know it looks really icky at the same time as it’s fascinating and beautiful art :-)

    Courtney said:

    What a cool picture. Like you said, it almost looks like art!

    Lifecruiser: Yes, it truly is. Wonderful creaturs mother nature creates hah? *lol*

    Mitey Mite said:

    You have jellyfish that don’t sting? Can you send some over here? They are fascinating to look at, if you can avoid the tentacles.

    Lifecruiser: Yes, transparent ones, often rather small ones. It’s nice to not to have to worry about the sting.

    Friday's Child said:

    Yikes! a jelly fish.
    Thanks for coming.

    Lifecruiser: Yikes but yet beautiful :-)

    Beckie said:

    Pretty to look at, scary to touch!:cry: I’ve only seen the clear ones. Thanks for sharing. My WW is up.

    Yes, that’s why I thought this one was special, it’s usually mostly transparent ones you get to see. I don’t know if this ones is very common or not over there in Denmark.

    Faerie Rebecca said:

    I *love* jellyfish–expect when they’re stinging us!

    My WW is up:

    Lifecruiser: I really don’t know if this is a stingy one, but I suspect it is.

    The Shrone said:

    It looks like a mushroom cap, but since it is in sand, I suppose it isn’t! Very interesting picture!

    Lifecruiser: Yes, it certainly have some interesting inside!

    Wystful1 said:

    Looks like a jellyfish! I had done one from our area several weeks ago. Yukky creatures!!! But, one fantastic photo!!!

    Thanks for visiting my W W this week.

    Lifecruiser: Yes, jelly and stingy, yet so beautiful on picture at least :-)

    ~ Stacy ~ said:

    You know, sometimes I feel just like that picture looks.

    Thanks for stopping by my WW today!

    Lifecruiser: Yes, i know exactly what you mean… I just waited for someone to point that out. It was kind of my meaning with this pic too :-)

    Frances said:

    Cool picture.
    Hope you keep your feet farway from the stingy stuff.
    Take care,

    Lifecruiser: Well, it wasn’t exactly like it was going to jump right up at that time ;-)

    YellowRose said:

    I had a VERY painful experience with Jellyfish (the one that got me was huge), so I’m not very fond of them. I like to stay far, far away from them!!

    Nice photo…as I say from the comfort from my home very far away!! ;)

    Lifecruiser: Yes, I guess that you have to really experince it before you really know what kind of pain you’re talking about… Not that I want to find out though….


    Wow look at the colour!
    I bet in the water it is still colourless, or at least clear!
    I wonder if it would live it the tide came back and took it.

    Lifecruiser: Rather celar in the water I guess too. Maybe it would have survived, it looked so fresh.

    claudie said:

    At the first time I thought It was a cake or a gustard-tart. I didn’t have my glasses. One second later, I saw the sand. A sweet pudding on the sand! NO!
    So I red the comments and even without knowing this word “jellyfish”, I realise that was a “méduse”. But I know only the clear ones! I like this colour of caramel but only the colour I suppose you would be very ill and burned on your mouth if you would eat it!!!!!

    Lifecruiser: I had never seen any one like this one either before. We only have the clear ones too. This is a very artistic one though :-)

    Mysterious Lady said:

    my daughter got stung by one at myrtle beach, then it got infected, it was a mess.

    Lifecruiser: Yes, I’ve heard about that, sounds horrible!!!!

    michelle said:

    I’ve never really seen a jelly fish but I would have to say that that one looks a little sunburned! It is reather interesting though!

    Lifecruiser: It’s beginning to get dry I guess. Though it’s kinda beautiful I think.

    Simran said:

    :shock: oooooooo scary be afraid, be very afraid! Happy WW! mine’s online too!

    Lifecruiser: Yes, but it was stranded there, so no harm was done. The poor one must have died…

    kaliblue said:

    What an interesting color on the jellyfish:-)Happy WW

    Lifecruiser: Yes, it sure is :-)

    Tasra Dawson said:

    Fabulous photo!

    Lifecruiser: Thanks Tasra, it was a fab jellyfish :-)

    Lynn said:

    Nice shot….I hope that is as close as you got;-) Thanks for stopping by.

    Lifecruiser: Yes, not any closer thank you :-)

    Kasia said:

    It looks like an amber, not like a jelly fish:)))

    Lifecruiser: Well, maybe it’s affected in the same way as amber, because where this little fellow come from, Denmark, they have had a lot of amber.

    kdubs said:

    what a shot!

    Lifecruiser: Thanks :-)

    Joe Iacovazzi said:

    very cool. looks like a lion’s mane , very painful, and these jellies ar known as the jellyfish that grow the largest, cheers.

    Lifecruiser: I didn’t know that, how interesting! Thanks for the info :-)

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