Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Kelp Diving

As in Fore-gone days, I'm sharing my adventure with you, this time we're Kelp Diving. 
I was invited a few days ago:

Kelpo Ti!
..We must soon go way down, into the bubbles and the leafy green phantom shadows. Blue green and aquamarine!
The fulgent tidal urges tickle us with surging strands and strings and passing sea bass, and we
breathe calmly and deliberately,  preciously blissing on the pressure of our suits under the surf zone's crystal thickets.
Falls and rises in the bush create a center of neutral bouyancy. Flexible stems can erogenously wind on our legs, so resist urgent struggling and soothe smoothly through the canopy, and finally up into vertical sun Keep your flippers together and drink the light.

Race ya!
Emerald forest

Because of the shadows formed by the canopy, the lower part of the undergrowth is thin, it contains many passages and edges.Possibility of interaction between them, as well as predation outside the forest, allows the existence of more than 800 species of organisms.
Among the branches can be seen scurrying river crabs, Terpugov, sea bass, groupers and sea ruffs. Predators such as barracuda and yellowtail are patrolling the edges of thickets. In the thickets of kelp can often come across a sea lion or seal, flying like a rocket. At the bottom of the base of live patir, brittle stars, crabs and sea urchins, which feed on fallen leaves.

translated & pics from here

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