ephemeral, or: this fleeting blue moment

ephemeral

An underwater moment from this week: jellyfish in motion.

I haven’t been diving, but I visited the botanical garden near here, which also is home to an aquarium. Watching the jellyfish was both amazing and dreamlike, like watching a different dimension of life.

Didn’t really expect the photo to work, but somehow the automatic setting captured that moment. And beautiful to read the photo challenge note on photography:

“One thing I love about taking photos is that it forces me to be present — to consider and appreciate now, before now evaporates and becomes then.” – Krista

Here’s the stream of “ephemeral” photos + the call: ephemeral

And a fleeting quote:

“Life is made up of a collection of moments that are not ours to keep… All of this is yours, yet none of it is. How could it be? Look around you. Everything is fleeting.”
– Rachel Brathren

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