These landscapes are like scenery of the film fantasy or amazing concept art for some games. But actually, it’s “only” aquariums.
Akvariumistika could be called a sport, because it has it all – complexity, competition and rivalry and, of course, the desire to achieve unsurpassed results. The people who created these amazing aquarium landscapes, are experts in many fields – biology, design, photography – and they mastered one of the most difficult arts, art of patience. In the end, the creation of some of these water masterpieces took months, even years. In the world there are even international competition on the aquarium trade, and every year he has awards for the best designers of underwater landscapes. Suggest you look at the most impressive of them. You will love it… Continue reading
Jacob’s well a amazing natural cave more than 100 meters deep, 4 meters in diameter. Large, inexhaustible source stems from the most extensive underwater cave systems in the state of Texas.
This inexhaustible source, powered by the most extensive system of underwater caves in Texas, on the surface looks like a 4-meter pool, which instead of the bottom is the abyss. It looks really dangerous from the above, I don’t know you will like to jump in it or not? Continue reading
Micah Camara is a photographer who lives in Lihue, Hawaii. In his portfolio you will get a lot of pictures under water, because Hawaii is known paradise for swimming, diving and surfing. In this series, which is called “Under the Sea”, beautiful girls, like a mermaid, enjoy snorkeling.
Just have a look. and let me know who like Hawaii and your experience if you want to share.
A great artist Jack Long combines elements of sculpting, painting, and photography for his remarkable works, which are images of colored water splashed into the air to look, for a fraction of a second, like flowers. After looking at these pictures you need to really think that how the creator have worked on it? Continue reading
Its summer! So its Beach vacation time – a long-awaited and alluring, for many years is mandatory attribute. But so often it is sometimes frustrating, when you get finally to the beach, then you will find the crowds and muddy water .
But there is a map on deserted beaches with the clear water, that’s amazing
A dolphin tangled in fishing line sought help from a diver in the waters of Hawaii.
The amazing encounter on January 11 was captured on video and the diver, Keller Laros, spent the better part of eight minutes tending to the needy mammal who readily accepted the help.
Mr Laros was leading a group of snorkelers for a manta ray dive experience off the Big Island’s Kona International Airport when the dolphin squealed out.
The diver explained, ‘The way he came right up and pushed himself into me there was no question this dolphin was there for help.’ Continue reading
People say – you can look at the water indefinitely.Wave travels from the heart of the sea or ocean to the surface, and then comes to the coast coasting, accelerate and selflessly break on it, by forming incredible shapes and patterns that can evaluate only the most sensitive and creative heart. Photographer Bill Dalton like to photograph the waves, his photographs are especially magical and mysterious. have a look…. Continue reading
Odaiba – a large artificial island in Tokyo Bay, Rainbow Bridge is connected to the center of Tokyo. Every year in late December, before the New Year holidays, there is a unique light show you can see, in which images are projected onto the screen, made of water splashing fountains. Have a look…. Continue reading
The heat drove the Muscovites mad, they arranged a real water battle.
Young people sprayed water at each other and on passers-by from a fountain.
They used everything they could: bottles, buckets, cup… they just enjoyed fully, just have a look at the fun……….. Continue reading
Once Manufacture of boards for surfers and photographer Dustin Humphrey,in the circle of photographers Began to photographed usually in the circle of photographers- Just like that and they have turned this fantastic underwater and above water series of photographs. have a look of fantastic clicks…….. Continue reading
Thor’s Well is part of Cape Perpetua, a typical Pacific Northwest headland – a forested area of land on the central Oregon Coast, surrounded by water on three sides. Thor’s Well is also often simply called the Spouting Horn. It is essentially a huge salt water fountain operated by the Pacific Ocean’s power.
This natural spectacle is at its best when it’s the most dangerous to watch – at high tide or during winter storms.
The hole can be seen from the parking area at the far end of the rock shelf on the north side of Cook’s Chasm. Following are the photos taken from very brave and dedicated photographers. Continue reading
It’s not Photoshop, it is a real river in Chicago. Chicago has its 50-year-tradition of dyeing the Chicago River green for St. Patrick’s Day.
The river runs through the center of the city, its dyeing is the highlight of the day. Continue reading
Marcus Roygels – incredibly talented German photographer who specializes in high-and macro photography. His photographs are like an inexhaustible source of inspiration and wonder. He devotes a lot of time for drops of water and surprising splashes, reflections and forms. In this post you will see the high-speed photography of droplets that fall on the background of some pictures. With precise timing and incredible patience Marcus takes pictures background in a drop! The result is simply stunning. In the last picture you can see the device through which he achieves this effect. This is not photoshopped, photography is like an Art of living! You Decide??? Continue reading