After 6 weeks in lockdown in Curacao, David and I relocated 2 weeks early to Bonaire in order to get back in the water. With only a few dives this week, I had a limited opportunity to capture images for POTW consideration, but fortunately I was lucky enough to have some unique encounters, including this jellyfish. David and I had noticed a large number of Spot Winged Comb Jellies that were floating in the water. In addition to just floating around, these jelly were serving as a source of food for Surgeonfish, Tangs, and Puffers. While observing the Spot Winged jellies, I noticed this other (unidentified) jelly and fired off a few shots. Fortunately the jellyfish was large enough and the light was just right, so I was able to focus on this transparent creature.
Equipment and settings: Nikon D850 / 60mm / INON z330 strobes / f13/ 1/200th / ISO 200.
Location: Buddy Dive House Reef, Bonaire