Tomohide-Ikeya is a photographer who uses water as a concept of “Control” for her work.  Super similar to concept behind my Hair series.

Tomohide Ikeya Underwater Photography

Her screams were silenced by the cold water, causing her arms and legs to go numb. A thought passed her mind right before she fell unconscious, "Why did he push me in?" (Open rp)

Her screams were silenced by the cold water, causing her arms & legs to go numb. A thought passed her mind right before she fell unconscious, "Why did he push me in?

slowly spinning

I've had these dreams all my life where i'm drowning and then i finally give in and suck in the water. and I can breathe. Then the dream is over.

For Sacha Kalis, the ocean has always been her first home. Born and raised in the Bahamas, Sacha learned to swim before she could even walk. Her mother—underwater art photographer Elena.

love underwater photography

Oh my good grief, this is sublime.

When effort is needed, effort will appear. When effortlessness becomes essential, it will assert itself. You need not push life about. Just flow with it and give yourself completely to the task of the present moment.  *Nisargadatta Maharaj

Under water - keeping calm and staying sane. Away from the emotionally draining world out there.

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