Amazing Underwater Bubble Rings In Slow Motion

Published August 9, 2017 5,429 Plays

Rumble / Creative VisualsThe ocean is the last great frontier on earth. It covers 71% of our planet’s surface and scientists estimate that 95% of it is yet be explored. Wow! From the tiny to the titanic, from the familiar to the undiscovered, the ocean offers a stunning diversity of marine life and nearly every kind of habitat imaginable.

During a scuba diving session in Menorca, an island in the Mediterranean Sea, this GoPro captures some mind-bending footage of bubble rings colliding together. How cool is that? We could watch this all day! Judging on this video scuba diving looks so fun! If you’re a scuba diver, the world is pretty much your oyster. If Earth is 71 percent water, just imagine how many places you can explore by taking a dive and making this kind of mesmerizing videos! A scuba diver exploring the ocean can be compared to an astronaut spacewalking! Being able to control your buoyancy will give you a great comfort which enables you to freely dive and experience a real sense of weightlessness. Amazing!

Have you ever seen something like that? A mountain is composed of tiny grains of earth. The ocean is made up of tiny drops of water. Even so, life is but an endless series of little details, actions, speeches, and thoughts. Enjoy this amazing video because it is really unique and a proof that nature can be the mother of art!