FLOWER HAT JELLY, CALIFORNIA, 2001
I was spellbound when I saw this extraordinary flower hat jelly, a drifter in sea currents which I photographed in an aquarium for my project about the evolution of life. The ancestors of jellies were among the first animals whose bodies exhibited an organised architecture, with groups of cells joining together as tissues to perform unified functions.

Frans Lanting

Print Size: 1640x1093 mm
Frame Size: 1860x1315 mm
Paper Type: Hahnemühle Photo Rag® Baryta 315gsm
Frame Colour: Black
Exhibit: POS FL 235 02

 

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FLOWER HAT JELLY, CALIFORNIA, 2001


I was spellbound when I saw this extraordinary flower hat jelly, a drifter in sea currents which I photographed in an aquarium for my project about the evolution of life. The ancestors of jellies were among the first animals whose bodies exhibited an organised architecture, with groups of cells joining together as tissues to perform unified functions.

Photographer:
Frans Lanting


Print Size: 1640x1093 mm

Frame Size: 1860x1315 mm

Exhibit: POS FL 235 02

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