Jellies vary from mild to wild. From simple, see-through styles to vibrant colors, wih wild fringe and trim, jellies flaunt an amazing variety of fashions.
Go ahead and make up their own name in your head. Place the mouse to the picture and see what I nicknamed these jellyfishes with.
Everything in this blog is grand. Jo Bryant is an extremely active blogger who, last March, reached her 500th posts! She’s a poem and novel writer, an outstanding photographer and an avid fan of Supernatural and the boys. She also likes Batman, and that’s pretty much means she’s good in my book. Head on out to Chronicles of Illusions and have some belly-laughing humor, discover eye-popping pictures and meet the one of the most hardworking wordpresser.
For long hours, I dug through her albums and couldn’t really pick out her best because there’s just too many to choose from. I’m selecting the one I remember the most. Her entry to a photo challenge titled Reflections.
Last Call …
This is actually called Flower Hat Jelly. That hot-pink and lime-green fringe on a flower hat is so attractive it helps lure prey. Wehn a curious fish swims over, Zap! Those tentacles grab it for dinner.