Sunday, August 2, 2009

Summer Stock Sunday...

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While walking on the beach on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina I came upon a crab who had attached itself onto a jelly fish or perhaps it was the other way around? I took this photo with my little pocket camera and wish I had the big camera but hey isn't that always the way?

(click on the photo to see more detail)

33 comments:

  1. Oh wow, that is an amazing photo!!! Love it because it's not everyday this Texas gal gets to see something like that. Wonderful!
    ♥ Teresa

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  2. Well-done. I wouldn't have guessed you only had a pocket camera.

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  3. Dramatic photo! Really shows movement. Thanks for comments on my table. Like you meatball recipe! You are making me hungry.

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  4. Doesnt matter what size the camera or how special the lens .. its all about the EYE behind the viewfinder/LED screen/camera ... its excellent

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  5. an interesting find, and a wonderful photo.

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  6. I have not seen a real jelly fish on the beach for year's.
    Very good shot....

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  7. Wow... that's really quite a photo! I only seem to stumble upon empty shells ;).

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  8. How amazing! Big or small camera...you did very well. Love it!
    Becky K.

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  9. What an odd sight! I wonder what the story is? I'm glad you took the photo...it is definitely a unique sight.

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  10. I'm not sure I would want to be in either position - but it's a very neat shot!

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  11. Great shot! Definitely summer, and very different from the usual beach scenes!

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  12. That is a wonderful photograph Joyce. Talk about being in the right place at the right time with a camera in hand.

    Wishing you a scent-sational day!
    Patty

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  13. Thanks for visiting my blog. I appreciate the kind words. I will follow along.

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  14. What a great photo! Wow, that was quite a sight to happen up on.

    Thanks for your well wishes on the birth of our nephew.

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  15. I'm not sure who's winning that one! Great capture.

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  16. Very interesting shot!
    Probably they are friends.

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  17. There is no way I would have seen you took the picture with a small camera, you captured it really well!
    By the way, your blog made me hungry!

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  18. Great photo, but there is something painful about the way they are attached Better them than you.

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  19. What an interesting picture!!! Love the recipe from the previous post! Enjoy your day!

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  20. I think this is the most interesting picture I have seen today. Nice work for a small camera like yu said yu had.

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  21. Hi Joyce! That is a great picture! You did very well with your little camera!
    Thanks for popping in to see me. Well, I did get some blisters on my tiny toes with all of my walking! :)
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  22. An interesting picture -- even with a little camera!

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  23. I really, really miss the ocean and the beach!

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  24. It is not the size of the camera, but the talent of the photographer that matters.

    Nice capture.

    thanks for the visit to my site.

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  25. Love the picture! My aunt lives there and I plan on going next summer to visit.

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  26. Wow that picture is awesome. When enlarged the detail is amazing!
    I am curious though,,,,,did you get R. Gere for your birthday????????????

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  27. Wow, what a cool picture. That must of been neat to see that while walking on the shore.

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  28. Interesting shot Joyce! One of them was going to have an interesting dinner...I wonder which one won? ;=)

    PS Sometimes my pocket camera takes better photo that my SLR Nikon.

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