Russian biologist Alexander Semenov graduated in 2007 from Moscow State University’s zoology department where he studied invertebrate animals. Specifically: squid brains. Now he works as the chief of his diving team at the White Sea Biological Station, camera always in-hand, where he’s captured some of these extraordinary photographs of jellyfish and other wildlife. Sea Creatures, Nature, Colors, Underwater Photography, Beauty Creatures, Ocean Life, Jelly Fish, Animal, Jellyfish
When seahorses find a mate, they wrap their tails around each other so the tide doesn’t drift them apart. They have that one mate for the rest of their lives. When the mate dies, they do too.
sea glass ceremony rarest of all is the color blue. The variety of sea glass represents , .....but only now, have they found their soul mate, represented by the very rare blue sea glass that they alone have. Beach House, Beach Cottages, Soul Mates, Beach Glasses, At The Beach, Colors Blue, Glasses Collection, Seaglass, Sea Glasses
What a great collection!
Live Sand Dollars. Most people probably don't realize that sand dollars are not those bone-colored shells that we are all used to seeing. They are a type of starfish that's fuzzy, and in the case of these, with a slight purple tint. They sit at all angles on the bottom of the ocean. What we normally see is the outer shell after the fuzz has died off and left nothing but the skeleton. Anna Maria Island, Sea Life, Sea Shells, Sand Dollars, Beach, Purple Shells, Seashells And Sands, Sands Dollar, Colors Seashells