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PhotoHunt: Blue


Aquarium of Western Australia

Aquarium of Western Australia - Perth

This week's PhotoHunt theme is blue. It was really hard to decide what photo to post. I went hunting through my albums and this one was one of the bluest.

We love visiting aquariums and the blue blue ocean. This shot was taken at the Aquarium of Western Australia outside of Perth. It has the longest underwater viewing tunnel in Australia. They have a great collection of shark and we enjoyed viewing the animals from the safety of this tunnel. I highly recommend the aquarium.

Here are some of our favorite aquariums around the world.

Two Oceans Aquarium  - Cape Town
Kelp Forest exhibit - Two Oceans Aquarium - Cape Town South Africa

Oceanographic Aquarium Monaco
Oceanographic Aquarium - Monaco

Monterey Bay Aquarium
Jelly Fish exhibit - Monterey Bay Aquarium - California

Comments (10)

I love going to aquariums where ever I travel. I've been to one of those that you've pictured. Tunnel aquariums are awesome, because you get a more 'natural' view of the fish...


Great post, Marta. I love visiting aquariums too.

Ahh, that reminds me, I have a free entry to our aquarium here. :)

I really enjoyed the Monterey aquarium - great shots!


love aquariums! nice pic btw happy sunday ;-)

Great minds think alike. I also posted an aquarium shot :) Perfect shot for the theme this week! Love your photos!

The Australia aquarium looks amazing. The Maui aquarium has one of those overhead glass walkways. I have not visited it yet, but hope to someday. I might need to add Australia to my list also.

Kathy (Trekcapri):

Hi Marta, very cool theme photo selections. They are all wonderful and I think the first tunnel one would be so fun to visit. Thanks for posting these.


i love the first and last photo ... lovely!

WOW!!! Beautiful photos. I love aquariums too.

Wonderful shots. The Baltimore aquarium is the only one I've been to. I'd like to visit more of them.

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