Top 1000 Water Pictures

Fort Jefferson, Florida

Dry Tortugas National Park, awesome place. I used to go camping there, though I’m not sure if they still allow overnight camping on the island. It was a great place, you could trade the local shrimp and lobster fisherman cigarettes and beer for huge

Beautiful day at St. Maartin

I’ve been twice. What I like to do is walk ALLLLL the way down past the shops and stuff, past the chairs and umbrellas on the beach. Eventually you get to an open area where people aren’t trying to rent out things to you

Here comes the storm! Pompano Beach, FL

Thanks! Believe it or not, I was actually just waist deep. It was late afternoon so the light was already lower and the water just had a really dark look to it as the storm rolled out to sea. Got the camera down as

Lake George

I have a million and one fond memories of Lake George. My family meets up there for a reunion every year. I even swam across it one year – though that’s not as impressive as it sounds, it was only about a mile at

Summer breeze

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Lake in Norway

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Frozen waterfall from inside, Dolomites, Italy

** EDIT ** It has come to my attention, that this IN FACT may be [Minnehaha Falls]( If this is the case, I apologize for my research error. I was looking at Dolomite Landscapes and waterfalls and found this. I will remove it if

Taken a couple years ago in Grand Haven, MI

Exactly! About a year back I got a stand up paddleboard and got relatively proficient on it. On calm water. Took it out on Lake Michigan on a day when the waves were pumping up a little higher than normal, and the abnormal way

Aquarium in Okinawa

All of the whale sharks in these aquariums have been caught from the wild and die within 2 years of being captured (normal lifespan is approx 16 years). And no one has ever successfully been able to breed whale sharks in captivity. They are

Geneva, Switzerland – Junction of two rivers

>WTF? OK, first off, I’m not referring just to this subreddit. He reposts in and across all the political boards as well. Crossposts. He *crossposts*. >I’ve never reported Mind_virus in my entire life, and I don’t appreciate being told that I’m annoying without a

Bora Bora, French Polynesia

My wife and I eloped to Bora Bora three years ago. For $1500, you can have an entire traditional Polynesian wedding performed by a traditional priest, overlooking the lagoon at sunset. That fee includes traditional Tahitian music, dancers, photographer, an outrigger canoe ride for

Waves Crashing Against Sunset Cliffs, SD

You’re right! I live in sunset cliffs and I immediately recognized this. Fun to have my home town on the front page! EDIT: The water is not nearly as green in real life. It’s more of an ugly dark blue. Sadly. EDIT 2: Not

Turquoise Canal, Venice, Italy

Honestly, I don’t believe you can really enjoy a place in a day. Also, if you went to Venice between Easter and Christmas, you choose poorly. I spent a month and a half in Venice during the spring. Every day before Easter was amazing.