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Kelp…my favorite underwater forest. I love the way the long lines of kelp sway with the ocean surge…hypnotic. Did you know Kelp is known to contain at least 60 different minerals and elements, as well.

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Giant Kelp (Macrocystis Pyrifera) Forest with Garibaldi, Channel Islands National Park, California

Giant Kelp (Macrocystis Pyrifera) Forest with Garibaldi, Channel Islands National Park, California

Giant Kelp (Macrocystis Pyrifera) Forest with Garibaldi, Channel Islands National Park, California Photographic Print by Flip Nicklin/Minden.

Underwater beauty.

of our earth is covered with water. The ocean is a beautiful place and many creatures live in it. We must keep water clean because it is very very useful and helps us a lot and with a lot of things we do such as drinking, washing, bathing, and many more.

mstrkrftz:   The Element of Surprise - Carmel, California | Jim Patterson

SCUBA diving offers the element of surprise. You often never know what creature or critter you will encounter, especially off the coast of California where pelagic drifters such as this egg yolk jelly accidentally wind up under the kelp forest.

Melissani Cave Argostoli Greece

Melissani Cave, on Kefalonia Island in Greece, features a sky-blue lake within the cave. The lake is shallow and clear, and is covered with stones at the bottom. The cave was rediscovered in (In Greek mythology, Melissani was the cave of the nymphs.

Water Play by Marthe: Dolphin at the Osaka Aquarium #Photography #Dolphin #Marthe #Osaka_Aquarium

Water Play by Marthe: Dolphin at the Osaka Aquarium Photography Dolphin Marthe Osaka Aquarium

Lava meets water, Hawaii

Lava Tube from the Surf - Big Island, Hawaii CJ Kale Back to the Big Island! Recently we featured a close up of fresh lava HERE. Now we are bringing you a first from CJ Kale and his surf lava images. He and Nick Selway braved

The ruins of the ancient Mycenaean town of Pavlopetri date back to the Neolithic period (2,800 BC), and unveil a cultural hub of ancient Greece. The submerged city was discovered three to four metres off the coast of southern Laconia, and has many intact buildings, courtyards, streets, chamber tombs and graves. Pavlopetri was believed to be a thriving harbour town and sheds light on many mysteries of the Mycenaean civilization.

The Amazing Sunken Cities Of The Ancient World

The submerged ruins of the ancient Mycenaean harbor town of Pavlopetri date back to the Neolithic period BCE. A cultural hub of ancient Greece. Many intact buildings, courtyards, streets, chamber tombs and graves are visible off the coast of Laconia.

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