Monterey Bay Aquarium Photo Walk

The Weedy Sea Dragon - appropriately named I'd say.

Thank you to everyone who joined me Thursday for our Camera West Photo Walk at the Monterey Bay Aquarium. We had a small, enthusiastic group of shooters and the aquarium did not disappoint us as there were plenty of colorful fishes and unusual sea creatures to photograph. Plus, we learned how to shoot in some challenging situations – dim light, glass reflections and quick moving jellyfish. Never realized how quickly some of them could move!

Anyway, a good time was had by all and when we were done with our shoot, many of us gathered for dinner at a great Cannery Row restaurant. Fish of course was on the menu. The perfect finish to a beautiful day!

If you are interested in joining us for another photo walk, please click on the Events link on the left of this page.

Photos by Michael Maloney

Lois and Cathy shoot in the jellyfish exhibit

Bob waits patiently to shoot the murres and puffins swimming underwater

Backlit, this jellyfish looks like an alien creature floating through the galaxy

This delicate semi-transparent jellyfish fascinated me

Lois & Gene shoot the jellyfish display

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4 thoughts on “Monterey Bay Aquarium Photo Walk

  1. Michael – These photos are so good!!!! It was fun to go with you and the group to the Aquarium and to dinner. I aspire to be a great photographer like you are!!! Cathy

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