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lo squalo ammrmmocca (paoloscotti.net)

lo squalo ammrmmocca (paoloscotti.net)

Underwater cathedral!!! Who decided to build it there? Seriously? There's more jellyfish that attend the services there than people.

Underwater cathedral!!! Who decided to build it there? Seriously? There's more jellyfish that attend the services there than people.

The Captivating Underwater Photographs of Enric Adrian Gener

The Captivating Underwater Photographs of Enric Adrian Gener

Late Night Randomness (28 Photos) - Suburban Men - July 3, 2015

Late Night Randomness (28 Photos)

Late Night Randomness (28 Photos) - Suburban Men - July 3, 2015

Everyone knows I'm terrified of sharks, but I also love them and think they're really cool animals. Plus this picture isn't scary, it's just pretty. :)

Everyone knows I'm terrified of sharks, but I also love them and think they're really cool animals. Plus this picture isn't scary, it's just pretty. :)

Underwater Sparkles. Related to under water 'submerged' trend.

Jellyfish Art, Black and White Nature Photography, Nature Wall Art, Wildlife Photography, Animal Art Print

Underwater Sparkles. Related to under water 'submerged' trend.

For those who enjoy crystal clear, turquoise colored water, 'Tween Waters Inn has you covered. See more at: www.tween-waters.com

For those who enjoy crystal clear, turquoise colored water, 'Tween Waters Inn has you covered. See more at: www.tween-waters.com

If I could go take photographs in the ocean, my life would be complete.

Underwater

If I could go take photographs in the ocean, my life would be complete.

"Sunlight coming in from the Academy's central square cast beautiful rays on the massive viewing pane of the Philippine Coral Reef. Solar energy powers the whole reef ecosystem. Algae is eaten by small invertebrates and herbivorous fish which are then eaten by carnivorous which expel nutrients which is then used up by the algae again. It's the circle of reef life!" By NMB.Photography

"Sunlight coming in from the Academy's central square cast beautiful rays on the massive viewing pane of the Philippine Coral Reef. Solar energy powers the whole reef ecosystem. Algae is eaten by small invertebrates and herbivorous fish which are then eaten by carnivorous which expel nutrients which is then used up by the algae again. It's the circle of reef life!" By NMB.Photography

Blue. | The Fifth Watches // Minimal meets classic design: www.thefifthwatches.com

Blue. | The Fifth Watches // Minimal meets classic design: www.thefifthwatches.com

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