Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Watery Wednesday

Thank you 2sweetnsaxy of Eyes Mind Heart for creating this fun meme, Watery Wednesday. If you would like to see other photos from around the world or share your own, you can click on the icon above.
Like last week's WW post, this week is also from Sea Life Park. The photo above and the video below show feeding time in the aquarium. There are other video's and photos in several posts below this one. I couldn't choose between them so decided to share them all. If you don't want the sound on you can slide the dial to mute on the right hand side.

20 comments:

  1. Great water wednesday post Denise, I always enjoy visiting your blog.

    Have great a day!
    Guy
    Regina In Pictures

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  2. Dear Denise! Thanks for visiting me and supporting me. And thank you so much for a wonderful compliment to our Indonesian Heroine. I love your words about Kartini.
    And your post here is amazing, and thanks so much for sharing the underwater to us. I'm looking forward to see your next post, it will be a nice surprise! :)

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  3. Love underwater shots. Great shots Denise.

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  4. The video is so cool! To see a person interact with big fish, remarkable!

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  5. Aquarium glass is notoriously tough for shooting through. Nice capture!

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  6. The diver must be very brave, handling a sting ray.That animal killed Steve Irwin, the Australian crocodile hunter, several years ago.
    Great video!Thanks!

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  7. Great shot and video clip. I love to watch the fluid movement of the stingrays. I wish the aquarium here allowed us to see them like this.

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  8. Awesome!!! I'd love to jump in that tank & help feed them - sooo cool!

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  9. great post. happy wednesday. see you next week.

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  10. Nice shots. On our trip to the Aquarium I iried to get shots and failed at most. My fave was teh tank with the huge tuna and sunfish and unfortunately not one pic came out. Hard to get a shot with the water and low light.
    Thanks for visiting my blog! The DP area is very dry and very beautiful. I love it at every season altho spring and fall are the best cause the house can be open- no heat and no air.
    Caprice

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  11. What a great WW post Denise - imagine having a job like that! A x

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  12. Amazing shot!Congratulations Denise and thanks for share this post!Thanks again for visit Luna`s page!
    Léia :-)

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  13. Nature's beauties are such a grace... Thank you for sharing these wonderful images :). Best Wishes!

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  14. So nice of you to share your beautiful underwater pictures and videos. Those stingrays are amazing creatures. I could watch them all day!

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  15. Hi Denise. I was relieved to find out that wasn't you...LOL

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  16. You really get around, Denise! What fun.

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