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Great KristinsCamera 2013-06-27 7:36

gorgeous colors, my favorites!

this anemone looks like an eye, or iris, with the beautiful colors radiating out, watching us while we take in what you have captured here.

lovely, thanks for sharing this one with us ~
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Old 06-27-2013, 10:35 PM
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Smile To KristinsCamera: Sea life...

Creatures like these speak to me on a primal level... Excuse me while I channel Carl Sagan from the book I've just finished, but these types of animals represent capital-t Time prior to the evolution of centralized brains. The billion-year antiquity alone makes 'em kinda spooky (that, and the fact that they move themselves around without a brain!). When you say you see an iris or an eyeball, it underscores for me the interconnections between all life.

Won't it be funny if it turns out we really are All One? ;-)

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All One? ;-)

i'm counting on it, russ
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As a hypothesis, I say it complies with the "Occam's Razor" principle -- the simplest explanation is the most likely to be correct.

Have a great weekend!

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