Located in one of Vöcklabruck’s parks in Austria, this clever observation platform allows visitors to walk below the water’s surface without getting them wet. Well, maybe except when it rains, and the water level rises a bit. There’s also a Moses bridge in Netherlands.
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Mark Tipple, a rapidly emerging Australian documentary photographer, captures people completely out of their element in his Underwater Project photo series. Exploring Australia’s relationship with the ocean, Mark goes below the sea surface and photographs swimmers and surfers not when they’re on top of the wave, but after they get underwater and forget all about posing and smiling.
The story behind this photo series is almost as amazing as the jellyfish shots themselves, and comes from the deep waters of the White sea in Russia. The shots were taken by a marine biologist and a professional underwater photographer Alexander Semenov and his team of scientific divers, who are now forced to raise funds to be able to continue their research and work.
You’ve probably heard a lot of stories about crop circles and aliens, but surprisingly a Japanese photographer Yoji Ookata has found something similar underwater. He discovered a mysterious sand circle while diving off the coast of Japan. It was almost 6 feet in diameter laying around 80 feet below the sea level. Yoji decided to came back with a TV crew to figure out this strange phenomenon.
Just when it seems that nothing new can be done in the field of pet photography, here comes Seth Casteel and starts capturing dogs underwater. What is amazing that dogs love fetching things so much that they even forget they are not aquatic animals. Silly dogs!
This amazing underwater bedroom suite sits 16 feet below sea level of the Indian Ocean, at the Conrad Maldives Rangali Island, surrounded by a coral reef and encased in clear acrylic glass. Unsurprisingly, this watery idyll also comes with an eye-watering price – according to Maldives Traveller it will set you back a cool USD$11,710 per night for the privilege.