LOL, yeah, definately not something that would make me WANT to get in the water!
I'll be the one sunbathing all day then, wouldn't dare go diving.I dread swimming here and we hardly ever get any sharks in our shores, so can't imagine me jumping in knowing they do live there!
You can also see a container ship in the horizon!!!
It may not look that welcoming but for me it looks great!JM, call me a drama king, but I really am teary right now. Having to recieve such an award(Blogger friends forever) is way more than touching for me! This is my first ever award and I really, truly appreciate it from the bottom of my herat! Thanks so much! I'll put it right away and link it to your blog! Thank you so much!Steven^^
Oh, well that's good!!!
What a curious and beautiful sculpture this is, JM! I like the way you captured its shape/form and color that makes it stands out nicely against the ocean.
I find it amusing, and I'm sure this won't scare off people wanting to scuba dive! Makes it more exciting.Thanks for visiting Norwich Daily Photo and leaving your comments. Enjoy your weekend!joyA Pinay In EnglandYour Love CoachI, Woman
A very interesting sign, and well-captured!!!! :-D
30!! incredible. i'll be sunbathing with marie6.
I have to agree, a curious marketing approach. I don't think I would be signing up for a trip!
The owner has a cool sense of humor! :DThanks for the BFF gold card, JM! My husband laughed out loud when I told him about it (I'm sure you know that it's an abbreviation kids use a lot: 'best friends forever'). Fun! I'll put it on my site right now.
And They do have customers?...That is quite a big mouthed fish...
ohhhh!!Não fazia ideia!
Although we have a great variety of sharks they don't come ashore so you can swim as long and how far as you like, don't think you will have a close encounter! :-)
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