The Sea of Azov is the shallowest sea in the world, reaching maximum depths of just 14 metres. The warm, nutrient-rich water is full of algae. In the summer, brightly coloured swirls of green algal blooms can be seen from space.
Sea of Azov | The Sea of Azov
Fotopedia Magazine — Hot Summer Days at the Crimea in Ukraine. This is the Sea of Azov.