What’s this then?
What ARE they doing?
Divers are combining practice with picking up litter from the bottom of the river.
Good grief, what s sight!! Do they work for the government?? A good mystery! Trash amid the tulips!!
I had no idea what that was in the beginning....thinking maybe a fish was burbling up and down or something. This is a fun post!! And, I'm very impressed with the divers, as well :)
I find it sad that humans pick lovely water in which to throw trash! It's good that something worthwhile like practice is being helped while recovering others' uncaring trash disposal.
Not the national government, no. I think local emergency services and some kind of divers' club/ school.
Scrappy Grams, I agree. I find it quite unbelievable how many people just drop their litter on the ground or in the water and seem to think it will just disappear by itself.
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What a good thing the divers are doing, I will never understand why people have to throw trash and bottles into our waterways, as if our waterways are one big rubbish dump ... out of sight, out of mind, I wonder if they ever think what damage they are doing or care.A nice set of photos dear Dawn, at first I just thought there was a fountain gurgling away. :)xoxoxo ♡
i agree with Ginny's good grief comment. wow, what a surprise, i was trying to guess what it was and never in a million years would have guessed it. this is way cool and I LOVE it.
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