Beauty has no limits. If you stop to think, just about everything around us exudes beauty. Nature is the greatest blessing to mankind. Our planet offers us grand mountain ranges, lush green forests, golden beaches and sand dunes, flora and fauna of different varieties and vast oceans with a myriad sea life- all vibrant with colour and teeming with life and freshness.
Man has made most of God’s gift and found ways of exploring the heights and the depths of the Earth, interacting and co-existing with interesting forms of life. A recent avenue of recreation which helps us blend with the underwater charms of the oceans, Scuba diving, is capturing the attention of many people including children. Scuba Diving is a form of underwater diving in which a diver uses a scuba set to breathe underwater for recreation, commercial or industrial reasons. I met a friend who had experienced scuba diving in the Caribbean. He said he had been to paradise – a vast unspoiled playground filled with exotic sea creatures, breathtaking vistas and ever-changing colors. “It’s a silent world teeming with life. The third largest barrier reef offers canyons and caves, warm water springs and coral formations whose textures and colors can never be forgotten.
The vast and calm ocean hides beneath its benign surface a diversity of sea plants and tropical fish, from sponges and snappers to barracuda, shark and octopus. It also houses the reefs, wrecks of hundreds of ships and this mystery is open for the scuba diver to explore.