Wednesday, March 24, 2010

ABC Wednesday Letter "J" - Jelly Fish

Andy | Wednesday, March 24, 2010 | | Best Blogger Tips

Remains of a small jelly fish found on the shore. What else does "J" stand for?
Find out at ABC Wednesday

18 comments:

  1. As you said "Great minds think alike" ;)

    Have a nice day!

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  2. I hope it was not a stinging jellyfish...

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  3. Hi!
    Great shot! Looks like a great blob of Jelly, but then it is a Jellyfish. Have a great day!

    Sherrie
    Sherrie's Stuff
    http://sherrie-plummer.blogspot.com/2010/03/abc-wednesday-round-6_24.html

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  4. That is really interesting. I have never seen one, whole or as remains. Not sure I ever want to! Thanks for stopping by my place.

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  5. It's beautiful, isn't it? Though I have already been burned by those when I was a kid...

    Kisses from Nydia.

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  6. What a great shot of a jelly fish...yikes, actually in your hand.

    Thanks for stopping my my "ABC" Juke Box and sharing the fun stories of your hair and comb....
    Loved it!!! Those were the days!~

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  7. No stingers on that one, then? LOL! I've seen some like that on a beach in Delaware. I wondered what type they were.

    On behalf of the team, thanks for taking part in ABC Wednesday this week! :)

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  8. I love the way the jellyfish distorted that hand. A great shot!

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  9. Some people seem to think it was alive. Not so. These remains can be found along the shore of Halifax Harbour. When you are on the large docks of downtown Halifax you see lots of live ones. Just make sure the dock is high for the view and it is summer.

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  10. Ooh thanks for that jelly fish but is it not itchy? Thanks for sharing.. ~hugs~

    J is for JEANS

    :)

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  11. This is super cool! I like that the photo is taken with Jelly-fish in a hand. There were weird palm sized disk-like jelly fish (or part of one) - looked like bottoms of a clear bottle - along Delaware coast (South Bethany).

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  12. Yikes is right. I thought initially it was ice and you were doing last week's letter! My bad.

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  13. They dont have any tenticals. they are just jelly. the tops of jellyfish. So they don't sting! i went to delaware with my best friends and we would always go swimming and they were there. they would be all different sizes. but now they don't sting you

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  14. hi
    i was on the beach today and i found alot of these kind of jelly fish washed onto the sand .i saw some really big ones too .i really want to know what their name is ,do you?

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    1. Sorry I can't help you with a name. A search on Google for jelly fish and the location where you found it might turn up some results.

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