Monday, April 23, 2012

The Jellies

Yey!!! I got to see the jellies finally last weekend. I went to see it 30 minutes before the closing (good decision because there were less than 10 persons in the entire place and people were preparing to see the fountain show). Captivating jellyfish.  The kind of moment that you want to scream – "Thank you, God, for this life and this chance of seeing these beauties!"
Being surrounded by these jellies with changing colors dancing on a jazz/opera music is a wonderful experience. Felt like I was inside a fantasy movie scene. So surreal.
 
Also, I entered the Oceanarium 15 minutes before its closing (another good decision), and here are some of the photos I took. I got tons of photos and playing it via slideshow makes me want to say – "Thank you, God, for this life and this opportunity of seeing your wonderful creations."  
Have a creative new week ahead, friends!
My first time at the Oceanarium - http://rizalenio.blogspot.com/2011/12/manila-bay.html.

38 comments:

  1. ganda! ansaya magphotography jan inferness! =)

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  2. Thanks a lot, Chyng. I saw it first through your site. Ganda nila. Sobra. Ingat sa mga trips. Goodluck. Can't wait to see your show's episodes. :)

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  3. wala na..ang ganda ng shots! diosko..more!

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  4. Hahaha. Salamat ng marami, June. Ingat lagi. :)

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  5. .. wow. i've never been to manila ocean park but planning to bring my niece there soon. i'm sure kids will get fascinated with those marine life kasi kahit ako namamangha just looking at your pictures. :)

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  6. Hi, Rob. Matutuwa sila dito. Buti nagkaroon ng ganito sa bansa natin. May mga hang out areas din sa mismong Manila Ocean Park for the adults or try their H20 Hotel (di ko pa natatry), maganda daw ang mga rooms.

    Ingat lagi. Salamat sa comments.

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  7. amazing photos, i would love to see these wonders of God's creation in person, but your photos are next best to that. so beautiful. thanks for stopping by my blog today

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  8. Thanks a lot for your wonderful comments, Sandra. Love looking at your works. Have a nice day. :)

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  9. Hi, Blond Duck. Thank you very much. :)

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  10. oh my word, these are MAGNIFICENT!!

    very well done!:)

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  11. This was not an ordinary collection - very colourful end exotic!

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  12. Heips Rizalenio
    They are all so beautifull, I haven't seen ever those in real life.

    Regard for a long time!!
    Have a nice week.
    Orvokki.

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  13. wow, jellyfish! i like all your shots and the best for me are the red ones.

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  14. Thank you very much, Betty. Happy to read your comments.

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  15. Fantastic images! Beautiful and unusual fish and jelly fish, how wonderful to see them.

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  16. They are colorful, RuneE. So fascinating to look at. Thanks a lot :)

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  17. Hi, Orvokki. These jellies are a must-see. They are so beautiful. Thank you very much. :)

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  18. Thanks a lot, Doc. I enjoyed photographing them. Should not be missed at the ocean park. :)

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  19. Hi, Diane AZ. You're right, so wonderful creations. Thank you very much. :)

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  20. WOW! Great photos!!

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  21. Thank you very much, Joei. Happy to see your comments.

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  22. wow, those jellies are amazingly beautiful. very unique and so magical. it's great to be able to see so many kind of different species up close.

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  23. the last creature is a bit creepy though and seems like its not too happy to be photographed.

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  24. thanks for sharing the beautiful wonders of nature. i enjoy these very much.

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  25. Hi, LR. Thank you very much. The last photo is a stone fish - looks scary. It's also deadly. So happy to know that you enjoyed these photos. Have a nice day! :)

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  26. great shots. i love watching the jellyfish, it can be really meditative.

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  27. Yep, that's the experience - meditative. Thanks a lot, Photo Cache. :)

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  28. Beautiful experience, I have not seen them before.

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  29. Hi, Rajesh. It's a must-see in this lifetime. I'm planning to go there again. Hopefully soon. Thanks a lot for your comments.

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  30. Extraordinary photos, Rizalenio!

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  31. Thank you very much, Traveling Hawk. :)

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  32. so very beautiful, magnificent pictures of one of the earliest living creatures on Earth, the jellies. i too am fascinated with them. you took very good pictures inside the oceanarium.

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  33. Hi, Betchai. They are really fascinating. So happy that our country decided to develop the ocean park here & now, we get to see all these amazing marine life. Thanks a lot. :)

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  34. i like the 4th photo the most. galing ng framing. di ko pa napupuntahan yung jellies na area.

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  35. Thanks a lot, idol Dom. A must see. Nakakamangha. :)

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  36. Hi,
    It was a reaaly good decision :) Sea world and your photos are beautiful, thanks for sharing and have a nice day.
    Greetings, Miklos

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  37. Thank you very much for your wonderful comments, Miklos. Welcome to my site. Hope you'll drop by again. :)

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