Go Below Sea Level With These Gorgeous Underwater Photos

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A seal attempting to acquire its next meal. Source: Jorger Cervera Hauser

Writers and artists often use images of large bodies of water to symbolize the unknown. One look at nature photographer Jorge Cervera Hauser’s photography, though, and it seems that the ocean and its inhabitants are something Hauser knows incredibly well:

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underwater animal photography feeding ball

Some fish swarm together for protection, but they more accurately just become a feeding ball for nearby predators. Source: Jorge Cervera Hauser

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The majestic sea turtle can live in excess of 100 years. Source: Jorge Cervera Hauser

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A young croc peeking out above the water line. Source: Jorge Cervera Hauser

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Pods of dolphins are often seen playing when not feeding. Source: Jorge Cervera Hauser

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This shark has a couple of unlikely companions. Source: Jorge Cervera Hauser

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Deep sea divers experience things most of us can only dream of. Source:Source: Jorge Cervera Hauser

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Sometimes you just need a rest, even if you’re a crocodile. Source: Jorge Cervera Hauser

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Pilot fish keep sharks free from parasites. Source: Jorge Cervera Hauser

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The underwater world holds a wide array of vibrant colors and exotic species. Source: Jorge Cervera Hauser

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An artistic composition of a shark from above. Source: Jorge Cervera Hauser

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Crystal blue waters and a cruising shark. Source: Jorge Cervera Hauser

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Stunning black and white photo of a pair of dolphins. Source: Jorge Cervera Hauser

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A hammerhead shark swimming. Source: Jorge Cervera Hauser

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Artistic black and white of a cruising shark, from below. Source: Jorge Cervera Hauser

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Terror of the oceans, the great white shark! Source: Jorge Cervera Hauser

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Schools of tuna can number in the thousands. Source: Jorge Cervera Hauser

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For many the massive great white shark will always conjure memories of the movie Jaws. Source: Jorge Cervera Hauser

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A dolphin swimming upside down looks as though it is jumping out of the water. Source: Jorge Cervera Hauser

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Black and white image of a ray burring into the sandy ocean floor. Source: Jorge Cervera Hauser

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The Dramatic Heights Of Lake Leitisvatn

Lake Leitisvatn Faroe Islands

If you were in Norway and decided that you wanted to take a boat to the halfway point between Norway and Iceland, chances are you’d run into the Faroe Islands. If you decided to shore your boat and explore the individual islands within this frigid archipelago, you’d eventually discover Leitisvatn (featured above), the islands’ largest lake. The lake’s surface rests some 98 feet above sea level, and is enclosed by a higher cliff which prevents the lake’s waters from emptying into the Atlantic Ocean.

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The Chelsea Flower Show: Where Heaven Meets Earth

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The ‘Time For Tea’ garden, located in the grand pavilion. Source: Jonathan Brady, Associated Press

For many in London, it’s not spring without the Chelsea Flower Show. Long enjoyed by Britain’s upper crust, the Royal Horticultural Society has held the five-day annual event for over a century, and it is considered to be the most important and prestigious flower show in the world.

The Royal Horticultural Society first launched their event in 1833 in Chiswick Gardens, and after a couple moves found a permanent home on the grounds of the Chelsea Royal Hospital. The first officially named Chelsea Flower Show debuted on May 20th, 1913.

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You’re Not On Drugs: China’s Super-Saturated And Striped Mountains Are Real

It’s hard to believe that this collection of colorfully striped mountains is real. Sure, some amount of photo manipulation may have awoken the rich hues, but even the un-retouched images paint a pretty picture. Located in China’s Zhangye Danxia Landform Geological Park, these “rainbow mountains” are yet another wondrous example of what Mother Nature can create. The formations’ stripes are most vivid after a rainstorm or as the sun enters or leaves the sky.


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