Barrel-mouthed Jellyfish washed ashore on Rhossili Bay at the base of cliffs near Kitchen Corner, 27th August 2017. One of several seen on the beach yesterday, each one looking different in size, colour, and arrangement of the organs. This one was pale blue and the domed umbrella surface had become turned inside out. The main shot was taken at ground level and into the sun to show how the light was shining right through the jelly. The inserted thumbnail image shows the same specimen viewed from above.
2 Replies to “Barrel-mouthed Jellyfish at Rhossili”
That Is one of the strangest things I have ever seen.
Maybe it was the angle from which I took the photograph, Angela? I have edited the post and included a view of the same specimen viewed from above.