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This jelly fish spends its life in a glass box in the Monterey Aquarium.

I spend my life in a box that has fabric panels that you can stick pins in.

The jelly fish gets more admiration.

But it is basically the same feeling of weightless otherworldliness we must both experience when swimming at night.

Miscellaneous notes on aquarium photography:

  • Many museums do not allow tripods or monopods.
  • Go mid-week when there are no crowds.
  • Hold the camera close against the glass to avoid reflections.
  • Don't use flash on Jellies. They look best back-lit.
  • Use the fastest lens and camera speed (ISO) that you can.

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