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TOP 10 Amazing Underwater Shots

Underwater photography has a fairly long history. It dates back to 1926 when the first underwater color photograph was taken by a National Geographic photographer. Back than due to limited technical equipment photographers used magnesium powder as an explosive on the surface of the water to illuminate the sea down to 15 feet (4,6 meters).

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Kimchi Blue Cher Velvet Babydoll Top

Kimchi Blue Cher Velvet Babydoll Top - Urban Outfitters

Anemonefish - ©Debbie Arriaga (via SportDiver)

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Incredible photos of Jellyfish by Alexander Semenov

Jelly fish by Russian underwater photographer Alexander Semenov asif things like this exist.. amazing

Russian marine biologist and underwater photographer Alexander Semenov (previously here) is back with some new extraordinary photographs of the deep sea aliens. Alexander is currently leading a team of scientists on a three-year-long Aquatilis expedition to explore the deep waters around the world.

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Top Five Reasons to Visit Australia

Ningaloo Reef is Australia’s largest and most accessible fringing reef. Here you simply step straight off the dazzling white sandy beaches and enter an underwater wonderland of incredible diversity. Ningaloo Reef extends 10 nautical miles seaward and encompasses over 5,000 square kilometres of ocean.

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The Fragility of Time - Ignacio Canales Aracil

This is part of the National Aquarium in Baltimore! its a gorgeous hanging display right above our Jellies Invasion exhibit. It's beautiful on sunny days,and really adds to the room.

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Clark Little

Clark was awarded the 2010 Oceans Photography Award at the Smithsonian Museum in Washington DC for his underwater picture of a surf tube entitled ‘Twister’ - Above. Absolutely beautiful