Thursday, January 26, 2012

It's a Jelly Forrest!

One of the cooler things that I did in Monterey was the Monterey Bay Aquarium. It was expensive ($30 for a student - $50 for a student year-long membership), but it was worth it. I look forward to coming back often in 2012.

 The jellies were one of my favorites - they always are. I think it's something about the colors, the delicacy and the grace. And the fact that if you touch them, they kill you. Intriguing, no? 

We got back to Santa Clara yesterday afternoon. I've got ginger syrup on the stove, which means I'll be needing to pick up club soda from the store today. Along with hot dogs. Don't ask, it's a comfort food thing. I'm happily back in my little home world. Slippers on my feet, coffee (with real milk! not yucky creamer) in my cup, and things on the stove. I like it here. It's nice.

ps. I know this goes without saying, but all photos are mine - aka copyrighted by me. If you want to use one, ask.


  1. Hey megan, did you take the picture of the jelly fish with your camera? Pictures are great. I just haven't had good luck with pictures through thick glass indoors.

    1. Yup! I've got my trusty Canon Rebel T1i. It took me some maneuvering to get it so there wasn't glare. The lighting in the aquarium was pretty good though. And of course, my flash was turned off!

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