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  • The Constanta Aquarium - A Great Place to Relax

    The Constanta Aquarium - A Great Place to Relax
    If you’re ever in Constanta on a cold or gloomy day and you’re in the mood to take some photos or just relax, the Constanta Aquarium is the place to be! It is not the most glamorous or the most breathtaking place in my home town, but it’s worth visiting.
  • Gibsons - Home of The Beachcombers

    Gibsons - Home of The Beachcombers
    Anyone out there remember The Beachcombers? It is the longest running series in Canadian television history (for English programming anyway), running from 1972 to 1990. It was filmed in and around Gibsons, BC and featured the stunning scenery of the area, both on land and at sea.
  • Ocean Park, Hong Kong

    Ocean Park, Hong Kong
    Behold the majesty and excitement of Ocean Park in Hong Kong where you get to see both aquatic and land-based animals! You can watch the dolphins perform their amusing antics or watch the cuddly pandas play! It's all here at the Ocean park.
  • Orakei, Auckland

    Orakei, Auckland
    The view from city to sea from Orakei Marina is just gorgeous - the salty air is invigorating on a bright day. A walk around the marina perimeter offers some interesting photo opportunities, from old timers lounging about, to weary seafarers!
  • Primorsk Seaport

    Primorsk Seaport
    My father is a seaman and as ordinary seaman’s dughter I ‘m not able to see him during few months. From my childhood I like to visit him at the ships when it is possible. I like the atmosphere, uncommon materials, fresh air, marine view, etc.
  • Round-the-Clock Rumble: What a Catch! ended almost 6 years ago

    Round-the-Clock Rumble: What a Catch!
    Fancy a fishy exposition? Or have you probably went out on a faux Galleon-trade hunt this past summer and took some great marine creature photos? Then it's time to join our *what a catch* round-the-clock rumble!