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A free-diving photographer encounters the world's largest fish, a giant whale shark, off of the coast of Mexico.

Secrets of Whale Shark Migration Revealed from Focusing on Wildlife. "Celebrating the biodiversity of Planet Earth with leading articles from our global team of wildlife authors and photographers".

The famed Eiffel Tower who's architect was Stephen Sauvestre + structural engineers Maurice Koechlin + Émile Nouguier.

The famed Eiffel Tower whos architect was Stephen Sauvestre + structural engineers Maurice Koechlin + mile Nouguier.

Sea Shell 286

Sea Shell 286

snorkeling Maui "This is what I remember most about snorkling in Hawaii only there were far more fish than these.

ACEO Open Ed Art Print of Zentangle Betta Beta Siamese Fighting Fish  #KarenAnneBrady

American Metalcraft BZZ95B Rectangular Wire Zorro Baskets, Small, Black

Scuba diving with whale sharks in Belize. Now THAT'S a #bucketlist item! #xoBelize

A description of Splash Dive Centers scuba diving package that combines the Belize Blue Hole, with Whale shark diving at Gladden Spit, and the Belize Barrier reef.

Not sure if this is a real pic or if it's been photoshopped (don't know who the original owner is) but it is still beautiful!

A dive computer makes diving safer and easier than before. They are widely used in the scuba world and have replaced the old dive tables.

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I chose this because the ocean is an inspiring place. The ocean is inspiring to many because it can give the thoughts of calmness or relaxation.

This is white shark Amy. She is one of the largest sharks we have ever tagged

This is white shark Amy. She is one of the largest sharks we have ever tagged.

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Funny pictures about Breaking The Water Surface Tension. Oh, and cool pics about Breaking The Water Surface Tension. Also, Breaking The Water Surface Tension photos.

Billede

Billede

“Upright Shipwreck” at Nono Lagoon, Solomon Islands. This tuna boat ran into the reef then slid down the drop-off until it came to rest upright on a deep ledge. เรือจมแนวตั้ง By : Liz Harlin

“Upright Shipwreck” at Nono Lagoon, Solomon Islands. This tuna boat ran into the reef then slid down the drop-off until it came to rest upright on a deep ledge. Photo By: Liz Harlin

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