November 10, 2011


It's all about floating. You don't even have to move just stay somewhere between the surface and the seabed. When you're near a 700 meters deep wall in the big blue you feel how small are you. There are several other divers but basically you're alone with your dive equipment. But your perfect, timeless freedom lasts only for an hour. And anything can happen. Sometimes a predator appears. Or the current drags you to the unknown. A diver is so vulnerable: limited air supply, inefficient moves. We need even a mask to see what's around us. We shouldn't go there. Being under water is dangerous and frightening and crazy. It's simply unbelievable.

Being under water is happiness.

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