Thursday, 17 October 2013
Pagan Eye: Moon Jellyfish
As there is a full moon this weekend, I thought I'd post this photo I took of a moon jellyfish - so named because they look like the silvery moon in the night sky. I photographed it at the new aquarium at the Horniman Museum, in South London.
As regular Bad Witch's Blog readers will know, I was recently at the museum for a party to welcome back the walrus. No, the walrus isn't another aquarium inhabitant, it is a huge stuffed beast that has been a popular exhibit in the natural history room for a very long time but was recently loaned to the Turner Contemporary in Margate. The aquarium is downstairs, and is one of my favourite parts of the museum.
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