Yesterday I was watching the film ‘47 meters down’ and it reminded me how powerful and frightening the ocean deep water is. That’s another dimension without oxygen, we are 45 minutes guests there. We can’t control there anything. I am not talking about hungry sharks but about depth and its silence and inaccessibility and it scares me so much. Deep diving doesn’t worth your life. The risk to die goes hand by hand with deep diving. Simultaneously I am editing my video from Dahab Blue Hole. Just now I realized how dangerous this place is.
Это как я плыву на кораблике с Крита на Санторини. 🌊синее синее Эгейское глубокое холодное море.
Thanks @layla1983gla_renovations for the widn. I’ve just got home from a late shift and stood admiring how much the dining room has come together this week. Still a bit left to do with the floor and shelves (shelves may be a new year job) but the mess and muck should be banished for this year as no more sanding! Not sure about the mirror above the fire that we got given for free is in its forever place. We think it may be a bit too big. What do you think? New dining table comes on Thursday so hopefully it should properly resemble a dining room next weekend. Thought I would include a photo of the pooch who appears to be sulking due to the lack of attention he has had this week due to the DIY but he is still a beaut. Ps. Ignore the horrible red carpet in the hallway which we can’t wait to get rid of! How about your #widn @lifeateightysix @insidetheoldhall @broaders3 @sean_toomey #diningroom#deepbluesea#bluewall#fire#mirror#progress#victorian#victorianhouse
Origin of the Myth
There have been references to the Flying Dutchman ⛵️ for more than two centuries. The accounts of sighting differ as few claim it was a spectral schooner seen under full sail; some witnessed it sailing through the fog or rough water, while there many claiming to encounter the ghost ship making great headway in the calm waters. 🌊 Right from the time, the myth emerged in the 1600s; various sightings of the ghost vessel were reported in the Cape of Good Hope. All these sightings happened when the weather was extremely stormy ⛈ and the gales were lashing hard. According to the narrations penned down, the ghost vessel ☠️came across as being caught in the storm and almost on the verge of colliding with rocks, before vanishing into the darkness. - Marine Insight dot com -----------------------------
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