Great Blue Hole, Belize

Glyn Collinson, a NASA scientist who recently dived the Great Blue Hole described it thus:
"It was the deepest, deep blue hole imaginable; A chasm that fell away deep into the deep, dark blue. It had been forged out of solid rock as caverns, hundreds of thousands of years ago during the last ice age. For eons, water filtered through the rock and into these great stone cathedrals, breeding multicolored stalactites and stalagmites. Then, one by one they collapsed in on each other, creating a chasm four hundred feet deep. As Earth’s swollen polar ice-caps receded, the warm Caribbean ocean swept in to fill the chasm with boiling white hands, the last rays of sunlight struck the chasm’s floor. Then, as the limestone broke down, it began to rain tiny fragments of rock, which slowly began to fill the great Blue Hole."
Read more: http://www.belize.com/belize-blue-hole.html#ixzz1TtXeW57M

Great Blue Hole, Belize

Glyn Collinson, a NASA scientist who recently dived the Great Blue Hole described it thus:

"It was the deepest, deep blue hole imaginable; A chasm that fell away deep into the deep, dark blue. It had been forged out of solid rock as caverns, hundreds of thousands of years ago during the last ice age. For eons, water filtered through the rock and into these great stone cathedrals, breeding multicolored stalactites and stalagmites. Then, one by one they collapsed in on each other, creating a chasm four hundred feet deep. As Earth’s swollen polar ice-caps receded, the warm Caribbean ocean swept in to fill the chasm with boiling white hands, the last rays of sunlight struck the chasm’s floor. Then, as the limestone broke down, it began to rain tiny fragments of rock, which slowly began to fill the great Blue Hole."



Read more: http://www.belize.com/belize-blue-hole.html#ixzz1TtXeW57M

(Source: hydrotoxicity, via putzinaround)

Cala Macarella, Santa Galdana, Balearic Islands, Spain

Cala Macarella, Santa Galdana, Balearic Islands, Spain


This combination photograph shows the ruins of a church in the Andean town of Potosi in 2008 (L) and its current state on February 21, 2010. The 25-meter-tall church and ruins of a Potosi town flooded in the early 1980s have emerged from the Uribante-Caparo water reservoir after a drought reduced water levels. -Reuters
Here is a link with more information…http://www.metro.co.uk/news/815106-drought-uncovers-hidden-underwater-village

This combination photograph shows the ruins of a church in the Andean town of Potosi in 2008 (L) and its current state on February 21, 2010. The 25-meter-tall church and ruins of a Potosi town flooded in the early 1980s have emerged from the Uribante-Caparo water reservoir after a drought reduced water levels. -Reuters

Here is a link with more information…http://www.metro.co.uk/news/815106-drought-uncovers-hidden-underwater-village

so, are these for sale?
http://www.sub-find.com/trilobis65.htm

so, are these for sale?

http://www.sub-find.com/trilobis65.htm

i want to go to Portugal to find this.

i want to go to Portugal to find this.

I really love this trailer for Taylor Steele’s film Castels in the Sky. It was filmed in India, Iceland, Vietnam, Peru and Africa.

DIY decorated dishes-i really want to try this!

DIY decorated dishes-i really want to try this!

totally check out this website for more information on this underwater sea resort in Fiji.
http://www.poseidonresorts.com/poseidon_main.html

totally check out this website for more information on this underwater sea resort in Fiji.

http://www.poseidonresorts.com/poseidon_main.html

This all-transparent kayak is made out of the same polycarbonate material used in the production of bulletproof glass and fighter jet canopies. $1,700.
They also make a single passenger, foldable, touring, clear kayak for $7,100.
http://www.clearbluehawaii.com/web/category/policarbonate_kayaks/molokini.html

This all-transparent kayak is made out of the same polycarbonate material used in the production of bulletproof glass and fighter jet canopies. $1,700.

They also make a single passenger, foldable, touring, clear kayak for $7,100.

http://www.clearbluehawaii.com/web/category/policarbonate_kayaks/molokini.html

i love this comment on youtube,

"what happens if u touched it with your own hand, will it feel just like putting your hand in a pool of water? if u take it out would your hand look wet, even tho u underwater you skin doesn’t look wet, but would it look wet touching the underwater lake"

This man rode his penny farthing around the world. 2.5 years and 22,000 miles.
http://www.pennyfarthingworldtour.com/

This man rode his penny farthing around the world. 2.5 years and 22,000 miles.

http://www.pennyfarthingworldtour.com/

i would pay rent to live in one of these award-winning bathtubs by Kasch.

http://www.kaesch.biz/home.html



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