Monday, January 25, 2010


One of my worms.
If I baste the reef with blood worms & mysis shrimp, the long tentacles grab the food out of the current & coil it down to the Day-Glo green tentacles which then direct it down into in it`s oral cavity in the center.
It`s always fascinating to observe.
Have a great day & remember, I`m still on my "Sunset Project".
I promise a mind blow on that one.
But no advance peeks.


AndiF said...

I love the blue -- it's so deep I feel like I could step into and keep going forever.

Can't wait to see the results of the sunset project 'cause no sunsets around here -- nothing but gray skies do I see. :(

olivia said...

wow -- that is magnificent ... What makes it glow like that Head? It's like it has a light down inside it ... :)

(I'm also really, really, really looking forward to seeing the sunset project. Can't wait.)

Knucklehead said...

It IS like a sinuous tube into the unknown
Well, I may feel bad posting them since, as you`ll see, I am front & center to them, & think I even have a grey one or two that are equally fabulous.

Knucklehead said...

Olivia,It does.
Deep down it`s like a glow worm.
It fluoresces on it`s own.
It also has little light spots up every tentacle.
I`d like to tell you they flash brighter when I approach, but then, I might be exaggerating.

I think you`ll be surprised at the variety of sunsets in my little project. I`m still trying to figure out how to present them.
I think I should put them all on a large single canvas for effect.
I think I missed two of them.
One when I went to see Avatar, (grey) & one that only presented a monotone grey sky also.
Even during the past week of storms, the sky always cleared at the right time.

Spencer P. Nagle said...

You got a 'mind-blow' on this one!

Knucklehead said...

Thanks, this is one trippy Tube Anemone.