Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Watery Wednesday #52

Hope everyone had a safe and wonderul holiday weekend (for those of us in the U.S.) Today I'm just a little late posting. Didn't quite make it for noon, but 2:00 isn't too bad. LOL! I'm still posting some repeat shots from when I first started my photo blogs. Hope you enjoy these. Are you ready to get cyber wet! Here we go!! My shot is of a diver in one of the tanks at the Long Beach Aquarium.



RULES: Create your Watery Wednesday post first then come back and click on the Mr. Linky link below to access the participation list. Enter your name and the link to your post in the spaces provided. Next, just have fun visiting the other entrants to see their posts. If you leave a comment they'll know you've visited and will visit you in return. Have fun!



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34 comments:

Marie Höglund said...

Wow that looks awesome.

Autumn Belle @ KDP said...

I love this photo. It is really a wet one and what a good start for today's theme. Happy Watery Wednesday, everyone!

Carletta said...

What a terrific shot!
That's how I'd like to dive - in an enclosed tank. I don't think I could do it in the wide open ocean.
:)

Carletta said...

Forgot to add my Watery post is on my photoblog. Sorry. :(
: Carletta’s Captures.

Artlover said...

Dive in the deep blue sea. Nice shot!
Happy Watery Wednesday.
/Artlover

Vienna and Beyond said...

Would love to do that sometime!!! Great post!

NatureFootstep said...

that is something I yet have to try. Also underwater photography. :)

Guy D said...

NOw that looks like fun, great shot.

Cheers
Guy
Regina In Pictures

Pam said...

It's a beautiful photo Miss Saxy.
Thanks for hosting Watery Wednesday, its very much appreciated...
Have a wonderful week :)

Tink *~*~* said...

That looks like fun. If I had the nerve, I would do it. You can do this at Walt Disney World - there is a restaurant in EPCOT called The Coral Reef. One whole wall is a giant tank with turtles and sharks etc. You can arrange to do a dive there. Well, maybe someday!

Tink *~*~*
Mystery shoes in EPCOT’s Canada

James said...

Cool watery photo 2Sweet. I knew it was the Long Beach Aquarium right away.

VALKYRIEN said...

Great shot! It looks fun to dive, but even if I am a good swimmer, I wouldn't dare to try!

Happily Retired Gal said...

Wonderful watery shot! Hope YOU had a great holiday weekend too ;--)
Hugs and blessings,

Norm said...

wow! looks exciting and fun to dive, I like it.

eileeninmd said...

Great shot for Watery Wednesday. Looks like fun!

amanda said...

How amazingly cool is this?!!!I love this aquarium but have not been there in a while. what an awesome shot! too bad she didn't wave at you LOL

Linnea W said...

It's almost as much fun watching the diver as it is watching the fish! Thanks for hosting...

Sara Chapman in Seattle, USA said...

We're talking WET. Those bubbles look so interesting. I wonder if the water really has some turquoise in it or if the glass is tinted. Thanks for this great meme.

luna miranda said...

swimming with the fishes...fun, fun, fun!

gengen said...

Oh i miss doing that swimming at the beach too. My first entry is up...

floreta said...

this photo is fun :)e

Tammie Lee said...

This is a fantastic watery image. Love the bubbles and movement. Plus it is so unique to see fish surrounding a human all suited up.
Spirithelpers

Hilda said...

This has always seemed like such a fun job to me, especially if I were a diver!

Ann said...

You will never eat fish again?LOL

I haven't had that experience yet, shall love to.

Jane said...

Awesome photo and I bet it was awesome to do to, if a little scary:) Have a great WW everyone.

AL said...

Oh how I wish I could do that too!

Kerri said...

That is one fabulous shot!! WOW!

Rhonda @ Shellbelle's Tiki Hut said...

This is my first time linking to Watery Wednesday and I'm very excited to take part in the fun, after all, I love Wednesday and I LOVE water!

I live in Florida, but spent most of my life in California and miss it everyday.

Fabulous pic from the LBA!

Karen said...

A great watery picture!! Fantastic.

charmine. said...

Very different and interesting.

Jan's Place USA and Mt Forest Pictures said...

I got a man made waterfall..love the picture you used..very cool!

Kitty Valerie said...

Awsome pic! Thanks for sharing.
Have a great day,
Val

Kirigalpoththa said...

That looks fun :)

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