Oh my… I’ve been driving the road between Furano and Biei several times before and never visited there. Next time I have to see this lake for myself.
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Why? If there’s 22,000 subscribers and it’s an active sub, that must mean people want it. It’s better than posting EVERYTHING to a sub like r/pics and having to sift through tons of shit to find stuff you like.
Below is the relevant text translated that is under the [images of the article](http://www.spiegel.de/fotostrecke/natursensation-der-klarste-see-der-welt-fotostrecke-97959.html) (number equals image page number). I have no idea what kind of study it was that is mentioned in there because it is not properly cited. I just took the
Sure. My wife and I moved from Maryland to Hawaii 6 years ago. Like anyone that just gets to the Island we wanted to spend as much time in the water as possible so we went to a dive shop with in the first
[Cherenkov Radiation](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cherenkov_radiation) > As a charged particle travels, it disrupts the local electromagnetic field (EM) in its medium. Electrons in the atoms of the medium will be displaced, and the atoms become polarized by the passing EM field of a charged particle. Photons are
That must have been difficult to take. What were your settings? Nice shot by the way. There is another picture in the same series which I am quite proud of too. Not sure which one I prefer: [http://i.imgur.com/uaxc69O.jpg](http://i.imgur.com/uaxc69O.jpg)
It’s a little island nation, pretty much everything is already ruined from salt. Also, pretty much all of the cars over there are “awesome classic” cars because they’ve been embargoed since the early 60’s. Plus it’s a 4-door, not very valuable unfortunately. [1955 Desoto,
I honestly don’t do a ton. I put it in Lightroom and crop it to the section I want. I play with the colors and contrast a little bit (never to any huge extreme) until I’m happy with the end result. I just happened
I got to play with an underwater camera finally, a pretty old Nikon Coolpix, and it was a blast! I was surprised at how well it did even though it has a relatively low resolution, and no manual controls.
We sailed to Whitehaven Beach from Long Island. Here are some photos: http://imgur.com/a/TYDbw This was in 2007.
I could look at pictures of Shipstern all day long. That is the freakiest wave I have ever seen. I would love to see a hydrographic map of the bottom there.
Nice picture. Random rant: As a kid our family would go camping to [Krk](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Krk) every year. Severe sunburns, Nightingales in the fig woods, “glowing water” similar to the picture (only green), camp fires, random sheep attacks at 4 in the morning. Also lots and
I understand that some of these island nation paradises have a severe garbage disposal problem, and that you don’t need to go far to see it. What’s the story in Tahiti?
I jumped right there when I visited a few years back, and can verify – extremely brisk even in the summer. The ranger told us it was about 50 at the surface, dropping off substantially as you go down. It was over 90 degrees
I grew up in the area and used to go there every weekend with the family. You can actually climb up and follow the stream all the way to the bigger water falls and swimming hole. There are also trails to hike through and
I can almost taste the pee, the unwashed bodies, and the masking chemicals. Pools are gross! Give me my nice clean lake instead. (sure it has fish pooping and dying in it, but at least there’s an ecosystem to process the gunk and break
Maldives !! my dream place along with the seychelles, one day maybe…
Wow, those others are really great pictures too. But I think the internet has ruined me, because all I could think of when seeing those was [this](http://i.imgur.com/9DGrN.jpg)
A little bit of research leads me to believe that this is the [Foz do Duoro lighthouse in Portugal.](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foz_do_Douro) [Photograph was taken by Zacarias Pereira da Mata on Jan. 19, 2013.](http://www.zacariasdamata.com/foto.asp?id=766&t=1&p=)
Source: [Sun Spear](http://500px.com/photo/81626815?utm_campaign=bot&utm_content=botcomment&utm_medium=web&utm_source=reddit) by [Justin Berman](http://500px.com/JustinBerman?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)
The stone coral looks a little bit like bruce the shark from finding nemo.
Yep – the water is about a foot deep where I was standing, so the brown coloration is the sand on the bottom – in the wave, you can actually see the sand being pulled up into the water. For the curious, this was
Every time I see a picture of a hot spring, I remember a story one of the park rangers told me. He was working one day, and somebody’s dog jumped into one of the hot springs. The owner jumped in after the dog to
Well fuck that. Is there a bunch of these still floating about the water from wars past, or is that just not a thing?