An underwater photographic fine art print by Renee Blundon of a nomad jellyfish (Rhopilema rhopalophora), photographed off the coast of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
[mk_blockquote style=”quote-style” font_family=”none” text_size=”12″ align=”left”]I‘m frozen, captivated by the giant, fluctuating mercurial creature before me, which appears to be dissolving into itself. The receding layered tenticals and a silken membrain coasts, radiantly along the surface of the languid waters.
Known as a Rhopilema rhopalophora jellyfish, it moves like waves, in ever-changing shapes, melting in and out of its surroundings. With the occasional geometry of a mushroom cloud and various levels of transparency it floats free, idling and pulsing. The sunlight permeates through and spills it’s sumptuous light, smooth and magnetic, with flashes of nibbling minnows trailing along behind. The slinking water lulls softly and appears alive as the seductive, white as steel jelly wades through it. I’m stunned by the calm elegance and charm and begin taking photos.[/mk_blockquote]
The color photograph is professionally printed on photographic paper with a metallic surface to capture vivid colors and stunning details. Framed version arrives ready-to-hang. The print is mounted on 1/4″ thick foam board then placed in a modern white wood box frame with a clear acrylic front. 1″ white margin (without matte) on all sides.