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Trunk Bay St. John.  This place is so gorgeous and peaceful.  A must see.  Go when there are no cruise ships in port.  We stayed on St John and this was by far our favorite place.  Safe swimming for the kids.  Great snorkeling.  And a underwater snorkeling trail.  Beautiful!

c Trunk Bay St. This place is so gorgeous and peaceful. Go when there are no cruise ships in port. We stayed on St John and Safe swimming for the kids. And a underwater snorkeling trail.

Amazing underwater photographs of sharks and dolphins by Alexander Safonov  http://marinecarecenter.com/

Amazing underwater photographs of sharks and dolphins by Alexander Safonov

I think I'd panic and drown if I seen this! intoxicado del coco school of hammerhead sharks at Punta Maria, Cocos Island, Costa Rica. by Alexander Safonov.

Gallery: FINA Swimming World Championships in Barcelona, Spain Jul 2013  this is amazing

Diving – 15th FINA World Championships Day Three

Black & White Photography Inspiration Picture Description Linadini Yasmin and Dewi Setyaningsih of Indonesia compete in the Women's Platform Synchronized Diving preliminary at the FINA World Championships. Photo: Adam Pretty, Getty Images (b&w version)

I am lucky and lovely. I love blue on my face and around me:)  http://kwolender.myrandf.com/

Under Water Cave in Crete

Phantom Divers is a PADI Dive Center located in Playa del Carmen, Riviera Maya, Mexico. We organize special diving tours like shark and cave diving. We work with PADI CMAS SSI YMCA and other scuba diving certifications. Rental of scuba diving equipment

There's this great irony. I seem to love pieces like this. Being underwater, stuff like that, it's beautiful to me. Not many would truly see the irony of it. If I tried to do anything like that I would freak out. But seeing someone else able to do that so peacefully makes me feel okay with it. I hope to make a very raw project in the near future addressing that fear.

hatsune miku (shinkai shoujo (vocaloid) and vocaloid) drawn by esukee - Danbooru

Hina is the Hawaiian goddess of the moon, death, and rebirth. Hina lived in the sea and was tired of her toilsome underwater existence, so she left the water and escaped to the moon.

Art by Brittney Lee! Hina is the Hawaiian goddess of the moon, death, and rebirth. One particular legend is that Hina lived in the sea and was tired of her toilsome underwater existence, so she left the water and escaped to the moon.

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