Fine Art Photography Print - Box Jellies
Creating incredible other wordly scenes, Box Jellyfish, (Carybdea branchi), are pushed by currents and wind and end up accumulating in their thousands in areas depending on conditions. Diving into them always creates a feeling of being an alien drifting down through an atmosphere of a mysterious planet. Not as venomous as it's Aussie relatives it can deliver a sting. This was in a bay off Bakoven on the Atlantic Seaboard, Cape Town.