Haunting Visuals of the Ocean That Will Surely Give You Goosebumps
There are umpteen numbers of phobias in the world. While some are afraid of being locked in a room, claustrophobia, some have phobia of heights. Some also have Thalassophobia, a rather uncommon phobia. It is the fear of a vast water body, like an ocean and the fear of what lies beneath it.
In most of the cases, people are not even aware of the fact that their fear is actually a phobia. But, even if you have Thalassophobia or not, these pictures of the vast and mighty ocean will definitely give you nightmares:
This surely looks like a scary drawing, but is actually a real picture of a Scuba diver under a sunken ship.
Perhaps the scariest thing about an ocean is its vastness. You don’t know what is beneath you. You never know what will pop up in front of you, maybe an Orca. Though it doesn’t harm humans, it will definitely scare you to see it in front of you.
Imagine that you went for Scuba diving and you see an enormous school of sharks around you. Frightened, aren’t you? How will you get rid of them, will you swim to the surface or go further down?
This place, located in Tulum, Mexico is known as The Pit. It is a very popular dive site. Thousands of thrill seekers visit it every day. Its vastness will definitely frighten you.
Though this photo looks like it has been taken on some other planet, this is actually the photo or a Scuba diver under a frozen lake. Scary, isn’t it?
Even this one looks like a nightmarish drawing. But this is actually the first photo ever taken underwater.
This sign was found outside a popular cave Scuba divers often visit. Maybe time to change a dangerous hobby.
This photo, clicked in Dumaguete, Philippines shows a garden of eels. Surely not a garden where you can walk around.
Whales possess enormous beauty and intelligence, and also frighten you in cases like this. Maybe the boat should have been bigger.
This is a Manta Ray, Captured using UV rays. UV surely makes scary things scarier.
This is a satellite image of an enormous Manta Ray migration. Imagine swimming through them. Scared, right?
This one is most probably the scariest. Imagine what all may be beneath that man. He’s in the middle of a vast ocean without a coastline. Will he survive?
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