Today our friend Shawna invited us to join her and her kids at the Georgia Aquarium. Strangely, Anthony and I had never been there. We felt like tourists in our own town!
There's nothing like a visit to an aquarium to remind you what an incredible world we live in, full of so many weird, wacky creatures. Such a huge variety of sizes, shapes, colors, and amazing adaptations.
There's also nothing like a visit to an aquarium to remind you how hard it is to photograph wildlife, even when it's in captivity. But I did my best.
Seriously, I could have stared at the Pacific Sea Nettles for hours. I really wished I had a better camera to capture their amazing colors and textures. Here is a video of some at another aquarium. They are so very strange, but so graceful and mesmerizing.
Now, I might not be a great nature photographer, but if there's one type of photography I excel at, it's shots of me and my loved ones being wacky. So we have plenty of those from this outing as well.
The pictures I'm in, Anthony took those, while rolling his eyes and making his "I can't take her anywhere" face. But he did it anyway, because humoring me is one of his superpowers.
All in all, a fun and fascinating day at the Aquarium. And to top it off, when we came back outside, we saw this: