The Republic of the Marshall Islands is made up of over 1,200 dots of land just like this; barely visible from a map unless you know exactly where to zoom in. That makes for some seriously undiscovered and sick surf spots all for yourself. #surroundmewithwater ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ by surf photographer @timmckkenna ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Plane wreck in Kwajalein Atoll, Marshall Islands. One of the remnants of WWII, when Kwajalein, developed by the Japanese Navy into a large seaplane base, came under heavy attack by US Navy aircraft and ships.
The Marshall Islands Are Disappearing. Most of the Marshall Islands rise less than six feet above sea level. For the residents, the destructive power of the rising seas is already an inescapable part of daily life.
The Great Blue Hole is the most popular dive destination in Belize. This massive hole under the water is near the Lighthouse Reef and creates a perfect circle of deep blue water. The water is 407 feet deep. It's breathtaking.