What a cool point of view!
What a cool point of view!
“Darling, it’s better, down where it’s wetter, take it from me.”
“I’ve always wondered how mermaids pee.” Download Whisper for more mermaid secrets.
They’re basically the puppies of the ocean.
“I can breathe without oxygen. But I can’t breathe without you.”
Monsters do exist!
Red Lips, black suits, cocktail dresses and moments suspended in mid-air are a signature of Celebrity photography Tyler Shield’s work. He does it again, and this time underwater, in his new series Submerged.
Anything can happen…underwater.
Plus what it would be like if Spock were a stand-up comic, figuring out who Robert Pattinson’s next girlfriend will be, and photographic proof that the cicadas are coming.
Meet Gavin, the fish you’re about to want to take home to mom and dad/ have at all your parties.
Yup, it’s a thing.
We’ve all been there, dude, opposable thumbs or no. Sometimes, you just can’t even lift your mouth above water.
Russian photographer Alexander Semenov told BuzzFeed that he started taking pictures in 2007, and a year later he began his “underwater experiments” – taking pictures of life in the White Sea. He has published hundreds of these so-called experiments, and they are small masterpieces and beautiful examples of earth’s vibrant undersea universe.
It’s Bar Refaeli swimming in a thong.
The London Aquatic Center’s pool camera captures a unique perspective of Olympic swimmers racing for gold. (All the images are courtesy of the best Olympic-focused Twitter account: @L2012PoolCam.)
Dude, what? Nature is totally tripping balls.
A stunning and poignant look under Earth’s waters. National Geographic always brings the best photos to the Internet.
In 1939, a boxing match took place London’s Wembley Empire Swimming Pool. The cameraman actually looks like he’s suffering more than the fighters. Watch Video ›
A fly over of our goldfish and koi pond, then an underwater tour. Filmed with an Olympus Stylus Tough, 10 MP waterproof. We’ve had occasional trouble with raccoons and herons that see the pond as a sushi bar. We installed a motion sensor sprinkler to chase them off. You can see it attached to a brick in front of the pond. Watch Video ›
‘Pool Sprint’ has come up with a new way to get fit - and it involves a track along the bottom of a pool and some special shoes. Looks like it would be pretty difficult. I wouldn’t really call this ‘sprinting’ though. Watch Video ›
Thalassophobia is fear of the sea, and over the years it’s pushed forward some interesting (and terrifying) images of what people think might lurk in the depths. Never going swimming again. Ever. View List ›
My only problem is that the sound quality is slightly muddled, but I’m not sure why. Hopefully they’ll fix it in time for their big aquarium performance next week. Watch Video ›