To me this is less scary than open water. It gives nice perspective.
My favourite wreck is the Aeolian Sky. I love wreck diving. But not cave diving. Fuck that noise. THAT shit is scary.
this will make you uneasy
These make me moist.
I hear DJ Bean Flicker is touring
I suspect this may be a painting. If not, then its one of the most beautiful pieces of photography I've ever seen.
She's been kicking around since 1936, had half a dozen owners and about twenty different names.
In 94 she was refurbed by a greek company and towed by tugs toward the canary islands. She ran aground off fuertaventura in bad weather and they just had to leave her there to rot. She's still there now.
Yeah, I'm pretty sure you'd be arrested for something along the lines of trespassing or b&e.
If not then you just know she'd have been utterly picked clean by now. The average wrecker has less shame than a seagull when it comes to scavenging.
Anyone else have serious problems from stuff like this? I can't go on lakes or rivers because I'm terrified of whales and shit. Realistically, even sturgeon. The idea of anything bigger than five feet beneath me freaks me out.
I have this and bathyphobia, shit doesn't even have to have water in it.
Long after Humanity has vanished and everything over the sea is gone, the great ships will be down there. Waiting for someone to find them.
How about not being able to look up into the inside of a hot air balloon? I ruined a balloon ride once...
That's no place for motorcycling.
>tfw under the sea sucks
yeah whales are fucking scary. i also have a weird fear of buoys
Don't need smarts underwater apparently
That's out of the people willing to pay many thousands of dollars to go down into lightless underwater caves with confusing currents that can keep you from ever finding the surface again...for fun.
fuck off cunt. excuse me for not knowing shit about diving.
Seriously, someone who isnt a cunt, please explain why cave diving is more dangerous. From a layman's perspective it seems diving in a sunken ship would be more dangerous due to it being less structurally stable. Again, I'm a fucking laymen so fuck off if you're going to be condescending.
>lightless underwater caves with confusing currents that can keep you from ever finding the surface again...for fun.
this anon gave a pretty good explaination. atleast in sunken ships, you can easily find your way out.
caves would be so scary. You start exploring, going down a few tunnels, then try and turn around, then you realize everything looks the same, and you're running out of oxygen.
Your best friend will choke you to death for air down there if it goes bad enough. That's just 5spooky3me.
This would totally happen to me if I attempted cave diving. I'd wonder in thinking everything is ok then get lost in short order. I hear drowning is the most painful way a person can die....
They prefer seals and shit. Humans are not on their list. Be scared of Crocs and polar bears. Those fucks will actively hunt you.
There's always a bad thing.
here's shit that happens to them.
Take a fucking Marine Biology Course. Shit's interesting. I'm never going to go fucking diving since I'm pussy as shit of the fucking ocean, but fear the right things.
That's no place for a tree.
Go home tree, you're drunk.
Also, watersports we can all enjoy
Fucking amen to that, bro. Pic related. Soon to be ex-living humans.
I know that particular boat is. But, the boat I was on did something similar to that, to a far greater extent. The entire right side of the boat was touching the water. I was on the left deck, and I was vertical with the sky, in 12 foot seas. After that, I went back to the main floor and stayed there. A person fell in and the rescue took an hour. The boat I was in was just a tour boat, in the middle of the northern Pacific off the coast of Alaska. It was one of the most terrifying things I have ever experienced.
1) you can't just make for the surface. Above you is rock. And you can go much farther into a cave than you can into any wreck.
2) caves, especially large ones, are subject to currents. It doesn't take a particularly strong current to drag you into that cave system, whereupon you die.