Posts Tagged With: water
Baiheliang (白鹤梁 Báihèliáng, lit. “White Crane Ridge”) is a rock outcropping in Fuling District, Chongqing, People’s Republic of China, that parallels the flow of the Yangtze. In the past it served as an ancient device for measuring water levels of the Yangtze in China, the equivalent of a hydrometric station. The horizontal rock ledge, 1.6 km long and ten to fifteen metres wide, lay &hellip Continue reading
You might remember my previous post about the Poseidon Underwater Hotel from a couple months ago. There is now a virtual tour of the hotel which everyone should check out! Link to this post!
If you ever had trouble planning your wedding to be “different” than all the other weddings, here is an idea for you: Yes, this is an official wedding under water! “While many use Valentine’s Day as an annual excuse to splash out on a bunch of roses or a nice dinner, some couples take &hellip Continue reading
If you are planning a diving trip, you may want to check out some locations with some of these very beautiful under water sculptures by Jason de Caires Taylor. “Jason de Caires Taylor’s underwater sculptures create a unique, absorbing and expansive visual seascape. Highlighting natural ecological processes Taylor’s interventions explore the intricate relationships that exist between &hellip Continue reading
Here at Seavenger.com, we have been excited about some of the new products that will be released soon. Here are a couple products to sneak peek at: Sealife Mini II If you plan on taking pictures on your next dive, you may want to consider the new Sealife Mini 2 camera, set to be released &hellip Continue reading