Hump Day Post: Washed up Jelly Fish

Our last trip away was going into all the little crooks and cranny of the coast line we normally miss on the way to and from various places. One of these places was Dunbogan Beach which is south of Port Macquarie, in New South Wales.

We did a double take as the beach was littered with hundreds of washed up Jelly Fish. We’ve had a lot of rough weather so far this summer, but we weren’t expecting this!

Have you seen this before? Has it been after storms?

Hundreds washed ashore

Hundreds washed ashore

Upside down

Upside down

Right way up

Right way up

Perfect flip

Perfect flip

 

 

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My passion has been for many, many years landscape photography so when the chance came up to retire early, in order to travel, I took it! It made sense then to marry the two (travel and photography) and create this blog. I hope you enjoy it :)
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4 Responses to Hump Day Post: Washed up Jelly Fish

  1. Wow. Sorry to see the plight of the jelly fish here, but that first shot with the blue of the sky, water and the jellyfish against the sand is really striking. Here’s hoping there is an answer as to why there are so many on the beach.

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  2. macmsue says:

    Here in Adelaide we get the small kidney shaped Jellyfish and I’ve seen lots of those on the beach at one time and it is probably after rough weather since there’s usually a lot of washed up weed then too.

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