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Seaside Estuary with Jellyfish on Driftwood
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Anna and Christopher of Digital Organics set up their jellyfish on a driftwood trunk in the Estuary in Seaside, Oregon.  I also took a time lapse of them setting up the jellyfish which you can see on their website.  Their website is http://www.digitalorganicspdx.com

Copyright: Stoney Vintson
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Uploaded: 04/06/2009
Updated: 08/10/2014
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