If you don’t know this by now…I just thought I should make a PSA: I’m a procrastinator. A big one. It’s already been how long since Japan, and I still have blogs to write? Not to mention I’m a little bit behind in current events.
I’ve probably confused you all so much with my spastic and disorganized posts. Sorry, I really am! I honestly thought my life would slow down with my new work schedule, but instead it seems to be busier (makes no sense).
I finally finished part two of my series of two posts on the Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan. If you haven’t read part one yet, you should do so immediately! It involves a little history on the aquarium as well as some pretty sweet jellyfish.
This part of the series is literally almost everything else in the aquarium that I felt was worthy of a picture or two. You’ll see a whale shark, rays, squid, dolphins, salt water fish, crabs, an octopus, a sea turtle, as well as a few other things.
I haven’t ever photographed in an aquarium setting before, and I did experience some trial and error. I’ve learned a few more tricks on my 5D (it’s a learning process) since then, and I’ll definitely be using them next time.