It’s Snowing, Underwater!

Free-Diving Level 2

Renee Blundon ascends from 20 meters with a monofin, through snow-like particles during her SSI Level 2 training in Zanzibar. Heavy winds made for a churned-up sea, full of zoo-plankton, juvenile jellies and various other tiny organisms. This “underwater snow” can be thought of as a mixing pot of life, as organisms are fed on by larger fish and corals, causing fish populations to explode in the following months. See more photos at SSI Level 2 Freediving in Zanzibar.

Photo taken on breath hold with a Canon VIXIA HF G30 HD Camcorder in an Ikelite Housing.