Friday, February 24, 2006

Video: Georgia Aquarium


I edited together some of the video that Claire took at the Georgia Aquarium. Keep an eye out for amazing footage of the Leafy Sea Dragon!

14 comments:

Mrs. RF said...

Oh, my- I am so impressed with the Leafy Sea Dragon! They are bigger than I had imagined them to be!

KW said...

What is up with the touching things in the water..Do you WANT to die?

redsoxwinthisyear said...

Very cool... On second thought, you have inspired me to join PETA. How you could patronize an establishment that promotes such cruelty to sea creatures and other types is beyond me. To think of what they must feel about such torture! It makes me shudder in horror just to contemplate it. :-(

ljmax said...

Where is the aquarium located? Atlanta?

melbrown said...

FABULOUS! I want to be under the sea! Or at least go watch other things under the sea while listening to that version of the song...

otters are the coolest.

Claire said...

Yep! The Aquarium is in downtown Atlanta...right near the Olympic Park which contains a brick with Melissa's name on it... ( and TJ and Amy have one too, right?) It opened a few months ago and so I guess it's still all the rage. I heard they sold out of season passes...which are nigh unto prohibitively expensive anyway...but...why am I rambling here?

Shay Dawg said...

Aw that was the cutest video clip ever. I really liked the footage you got of the baluga whales or however you spell that. And you guys act as if you've never seen a leafy sea dragon before...that was funny, hahaha.

KW said...

Guess what? The Weisses have a brick with their name on it too, or maybe it's Charlie and me...I forget

Avalanche Cowpoke said...

That there is a downright cute movin' picture show ya'lls did. I cain't help wonderin' what those poor fishy minds are a-thinkin' when they look through the glass and see all them people folk a-starin' at 'em...

Gretchen said...

Okay Claire, prepare to be impressed (and Brad too for that matter). I just decided to watch that video no matter what, and it took approximately 50 minutes to buffer the stinkin' thing, but I persevered and procrastinated and found all manner of ways to productively occupy myself while I waited and I WATCHED IT!!!

Someday, high speed internet will come to Dublin, to all of us, not just the elite few :) Sigh...Until then, I must limit myself to perhaps only one video per year to maintain my sanity. But thanks, it was fun...

Brenda Jo said...

Yep. 50 minutes here, too, but so fun to be on the tour with such wacky people.

maldrich said...

I watched it on my in-laws high speed this past weekend and I'm sold! We're planning to take the kids in May and I can't wait!

KW said...

New post, New post, New post!!

Michael Tyas said...

That was great, and I liked the music a lot too :)