Jellyfish at the New England Aquarium, Boston, MA, U.S.A., Summer 2014
Category: Nature Tagged: B&W, black and white, Boston, daning, Jellyfish, New England Aquarium, Ocean, Photography, Timothy S. Allen
I thought at first it was an ink sketch. Rather nice!
It does look that way. The original had too much blue and the ISO was set at 3200 resulting in too much noise.
Quite poetic. There seems to be a story among those three.
Thank you. I guess that there would be.
Maybe, but not when looking at these in the ocean tank.
Hmmm… why not?
Yes tranquil as long as you are not in the tank
I like it. like a painting. wow!
Thank you. It is a photograph, color turned to b&w.
Almost looks like a face peering to the left – small nose, eyes, kerchief but a rather oversize chin.
You’re in good company, My granddaughter saw this as well. None of the adults her saw it. Nice creative seeing.
I too thought it looked like ink spilled in water – great shot!
It does have that feeling. Thank you.
I love how you did this. I must say that since I’ve been following your blog it seems like you are getting better and better and more artistic as well. I love this!
Laura, thank you. Your kind words and on going support is greatly appreciated. Right now I’m waiting for the Golden Gate Transit bus to SF. I hope to see you tonight at the opening.
I’m not going to be there Tim! I had to back out due to personal reasons. I posted something on my blog awhile ago. 😦
That’s ok. Maybe Dan will be there.
I heard you saw him. 🙂
Yes, it was enjoyable to meet Dan and see his work. Sorry you weren’t there but in the future.
Glad someone was there to represent! 🙂
Gorgeously ghosty! I love the monochomatic choice for this, and how you captured them connecting. Best!
Thank you. This was a bit of a surprise when I turned it into b&w. A pleasant one at that.
I really, really love this one! The composition is perfect.
Thank you. I was very surprised when turning these into black and white turned out so well.
Great shot; feels like a water-painted sketch.
Thank you. Yes it does.
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