They have a new exhibit featuring jellyfish. It's a great show, and I have a ton of pictures, but that's for another day, assuming I get around to posting them.
Because we're being pretty serious about exercise these days, not only did we do the whole aquarium, but we took a walk around this historic district. I'm kind of ashamed that in all the times we've visited the area, we haven't really done a "Cannery Row" tour, but that's what we did today.
The weather was perfect, and of we went.
If you step a bit behind the scenes,
there's Doc Rickett's lab.
This is right above the area
where he kept his specimens.
As regular readers know,
I can't really help myself,
I just take pictures of things I like.
I liked our reflection
in this shallow seabed.
(Feel free to click for a larger image).
My favorite shot of the day,
I'm not sure why.
There are a number of beaches along the row.
I'd never noticed any of them before . . .
Something about this shot really appealed to me.
I couldn't decide if I liked it better
or black and white,
so I've included both.
Hopefully in a day or two
I'll get the rest of the pictures processed.
If not, there always seem to be more.
Till then, remember