Wednesday, 13 July 2011

Header Challenge 13-07-11 = Below the Water Line by imac


Below the Water Line
Thats this weeks Header by imac (me).

My Header and post pics are from
Hull - Scarboro - Manchester Ship Canal - Victoria Park Canal London - Alnwick Gardens and Grantham Canal.

I guess there's many ideas for Below the Water Line - Here are mine.

OK Folks - are you ready to dive with me Below the Water Line 
and see whats there
Here Goes

oooo Look here, swaying to and fro with the water, such beauty below the water line, ah, do you see that fish swimming out of the Coral, tis alive alive-o.

Ah, now just look - Jelly fish, now- these I could watch for ages and ages watching their movments and see how the light just shines through them.
What marvels there are below the water line
Dont forget my Header too
Now - theres colour for you
fish and corals and all sorts.
Its certainly - Another World  - Below the Water Line.

So - Lets see some more ideas of whats
Below the Water Line.

Manchester Ship Canal  - and one of its Locks - 
Ships - boats and barges have to go up or down hill by going through the canal Locks
so here we have  - Below the Water Line here too.

Also on the Victoria Park Canal in London Locks.
This lady is well Below the Water Line.

Now for the fun - as you all are aware of my spurts of insanity
Try these
No these Swans are not from Australia but from Grantham Canal.
WELL - there are below the Water Level - dont you

Also Here  - from Alnwick Gardens - poor fellow, but at least he's Below the Water Line

So = who's gonna be brave enuff to jump in and save this fellow from drowning????

Now - Please go visit  my friends the other Headbangers and see what their idea of
Below the Water Line is.
These folk are on my side bar - just underneath my Header.

All my post pics can be enlarged by clicking on them.

Before you go - Please go listen to my You tube Disney song of under the sea.

Thank you all for taking the time of visiting my blog and our Header Challenge and please do leave us all a comment = Thanks.


Becca's Dirt said...

The last photo is that one of those artists who paints on the street in 3D making it look real? Looks like it anyway. Neat. Love how the jellyfish looks - all blue from the lights. Lovely photos today. Now the upside down swans made my head hurt. LOL.

Dave said...

Your header fish has a very silly grin on his face, has he been reading your blog I wonder? Nice photo.

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Mac: Cool shots in the water, love the coral with the blue fish.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Great one, Stewart... I love ALL of them... Not sure anyone can beat you on this challenge.

Gailsman said...

I bet you enjoyed wearing that rubber suit, and didn't want to take it off.

Linda Higgins said...

I love this header challenge. I have a below the water line pic but honestly I am computer challenged so I had no idea how to submit it! LOL some day...I will honestly learn how to do "stuff" and not just look ...

ancient one said...

Great shots.. all of them... and the header is really beautiful !!

George said...

You've certainly selected a beautiful and colorful photo for your header, but I think the picture of the jellyfish is fantastic.

joey said...

Fun song ... great images!

SandyCarlson said...

Your jellyfish shot is really elegant. I see a lot of those critters dead and looking like glass insulators, not like delicate dancers, as this one does.

Your sense of humor had me laughing this morning.

I suppose it's too late to call the hotline for the fellow who went down the sinkhole!

Laura~peach~ said...

have always loved the whirlpool photo! it is just exciting! love all the pics!

Craver Vii said...

That last shot is not someone drowning; it's an Atlantian waving to us. Or maybe a mer-person.

Wave back, everybody!

Betty Manousos@ Cut and Dry said...

i really enjoyed diving with you!

that jelly fish and the last photo...just caught my eye!

great seriss of photos!

Lew said...

Super header! The bottom of the sea certainly is colorful. Jeely fish shot is exquisite. And the Alnwick fellow has been holding his breath for a long time.