Finally, you can see some of the lovely underwater nature from the Baltic Sea!
As a part of the project Naturkartan,(Nature Map) a Swedish project in the East Gotha county that aims to increase access and awareness to the nature in the county, they have also posted several short films, showing nature under the surface. Have a look at The Underwater Map (Undervattenskartan)and enjoy some summer, sun and lovely waters.
It’s wonderful to take a virtual swim and enjoy the greenery at this cold and bleak time of year. We hope that more coastal counties will pick up on the trend and choose to market their blue side.
The forrest under the surface is well worth a visit
Are you interested in the history of sunken ships? Do you dream of finding chests of treasure in the sea? Or are you interested in finding out what jobs includes working under preassure (2-5 bar)?
On May 4th, the exhibition Among treasures and wrecks opens at The Museum of Work in Norrköping, Sweden.
Here, you can take part of experiences and everyday-life from seven divers with different connections to diving; a rescue diver, a freediver, a sport diver, a marine biologist, a marine archeologist, a construction diver and an underwater photographer.
The exhibition is open until September 15th.
The BalticSeaWeed blog is, of course, represented!