I went snorkeling from some sea kayaks there once. We came back to shore and there were thousands of tiger sharks in the water!
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[Original](http://imgur.com/lDe8AEV) – iPhone 5s. The picture didn’t make it justice though, fantastic place!
Sort of – from Honolulu we drove up the leeward coast all the way to Makaha, and then back all the way around to windward coast and the North Shore to Haleiwa. Did a few trips through the middle of the island as well.
And it was the sunrise fyi. That’s why I said “off of Lahaina” – when you’re on the water you have the ability to look back past/around Maui.
I did not apply any edit at all. I usually apply filters from VSCO cam app. I realised that the original was much much better and the fact that it looked so beautiful in it’s original state is why I fell in love with
Undeniably lucky. In fact it was luck I got the photo, the dolphins were passing by and I was hoping to get a shot of their dorsal fins or something, but I caught a priceless moment instead.
99% sure this is Chania, Crete. If you image search Chania Greece Breakwater you will find this image: http://farm3.staticflickr.com/2449/4014988832_6e94157954_o.jpg
Source: [Sunset](http://500px.com/photo/72681911?utm_campaign=bot&utm_content=botcomment&utm_medium=web&utm_source=reddit) by [Karol Nienartowicz](http://500px.com/KarolNienartowicz?utm_campaign=bot&utm_content=botcomment&utm_medium=web&utm_source=reddit) on [500px.com](http://500px.com?utm_campaign=bot&utm_content=botcomment&utm_medium=web&utm_source=reddit)
Used to live down in the Keys right on the ocean. Seeing the sunrise everyday was well worth getting up early to go to school.
That’s a nice picture, reminds me of the underground rivers in the Caribbean.
Spent a few days there last summer – beautiful place! Never saw the sea so amazingly glass-smooth, though.
From someone who has been on multiple shipwreck dives: This is amazing.
That’s why Florida has so many palm trees. They are naturally resilient to wind and will sometimes be the only thing left standing after a hurricane or tornado. They have a giant rootball instead of long shallow branching roots that anchors them really well,
La Jolla is a neighborhood in the city of San Diego.
I was swimming off the coast of South Padre Island (Texas) once when I was a young teen. I saw what I thought was a purple balloon about 5 feet from me. It took about three seconds to realize it was a Portuguese man-of-war.
SV Delos was there a few months ago and did their usual doc/blog about the place. Two episodes.
Friend’s brother took this shot this past weekend. Beautiful.
Well it’s what i like to think, it stayed at this place for like 15-20 minutes rubbing against the bottom sand and rolling with the waves. I then asked a marine biologist about this encounter and he said that it might be the lack
I love this beach! One of the best I know of for collecting shark’s teeth. And it is not usually a very heavily trafficked beach that is near my house!
[Here are the rest of the finalists](http://www.smithsonianmag.com/multimedia/12th-annual-smithsonian-photo-contest-finalists-180954445/)
I’ll give you a karma if you upload a video of yourself saying that word to youtube
Oh awesome. I go to Great Diamond every summer and that looked like the ruins of the Maquoit I that they sank next to Little Diamond Island.
Thanks 🙂 It’s hard to take bad photos when you are in a place like that. Not a stupid question, there is a sandbar on the right at low tide which you can walk/wade across. I think one can swim too, see the deeper
Wow, that’s awesome! This photo was taken a year ago when I visited Jekyll, St Simons, and Driftwood Beach! I’ll probably be going back up that way, all the way up the Atlantic coast once I turn 18 and this is definitely one of