Description Chrysaora fuscescens (commonly known as the Pacific sea nettle or West Coast sea nettle) is a common free-floating scyphozoa that lives in the Pacific Ocean. Sea nettles have a distinctive golden-brown bell with a reddish tint. The bell can grow to be larger than one meter (three feet) in diameter in the wild, though most are less than 50 cm across. The long, spiraling, white oral arms and the 24 undulating maroon tentacles may trail behind as far as 3.6 to 4.6m (12 to 15 feet). For humans, its sting is often irritating, but rarely dangerous. Copyright Wikipedia.com
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My passion for photography started over 25 years ago when I first bought my ..and still favorite camera, the Nikon FM2n. I attended college courses in photography, and even taught a few classes. I believe the person and not the camera creates the photograph. I enjoy photographing all types of things, from capturing the moment of impact of a water drop,capturing infrared scenes ,or photographing people and pets. Being out in nature and the great outdoors, capturing moments in time is addicting. I currently use Digital Nikon DSLRS and Film SLR's. Enjoy the photos.
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