The legend of Atlantis may seem a little more plausible after you’ve watched 10 amazing underwater ruins.
Beautiful pictures made half in and half out of the water. This technique brings together the two worlds of air and water.
Due to the unique proximity of low flying airliners, the location is very popular with plane spotters. This is one of the few places in the world where aircraft can be viewed in their flightpath just outside the end of the runway. Watching airliners pass over the beach is such a popular activity that daily arrivals and departures airline timetables are displayed on a board in most bars and restaurants on the beach, and the Sunset Bar and Grill has a speaker on its outside deck that broadcasts the radio transmissions between pilots and the airport’s control tower.
From lost nuclear submarines to unidentified species, here are 10 unsolved mysteries of the sea.
Kind of scary teeth should be enough to scare off even the most daring wildlife photographers. But not Adam Hanlon. Nature photographer Adam Hanlon (Adam Hanlon) arranged a photo shoot seals near the Farne Islands, Northumberland, England.
Realize how stunning these tiny sea creatures are. With a long face like a horse, they have an almost mythical appearance, but are far from immortal as none of the seahorse family are strong swimmers and they often die during storms. They excel at camouflage and many can change colors to hide themselves in their natural underwater surroundings. There are declining numbers as these creatures are used in Asian herbal medicines. Bizarrely, for seahorses, leafy and weedy sea dragons and even pipefish — a relative — males are responsible for childbearing. Here are some fun facts and sensational shots of these tiny “sea monsters” that are truly spectacular!