22 photos proving that the fear of water is not a joke to you!By Pictolic https://pictolic.com/article/22-photos-proving-that-the-fear-of-water-is-not-a-joke-to-you
Surely, you have heard about hydro- or aquaphobia — the fear of entering the water, swimming and, most importantly, drowning. It turns out that there is another phobia associated with water. We are talking about thalassophobia.
Thalassophobia is a fear of deep bodies of water, for example, seas or oceans. A person suffering from thalassophobia is not afraid to swim, but even to be near such objects. And the 22 photos that we have collected in this collection largely explain where this fear comes from.
Kayaking with giants!
The dark area is a cliff with a depth of 200 meters.
Pools with black tiles also look scary.
It's terribly beautiful!
The deadliest stream in the world. It looks pretty mediocre, but there are a lot of underwater caves inside it and a powerful current that will definitely drag you down.
We do not envy this boat.
When the fear of flying and the fear of water met…
Once there was a street on this place.
It's just a wave, but it will cause animal fear in someone.
The pond is not for the timid.
Guadalupe Island is the scariest place on the planet.
Sailors and marines of the USS Iwo Jima amphibious assault ship swim in the Gulf of Aden
Iceberg. Bottom view.
A diver riding a giant underwater worm.
What is the depth here? Although, no, it's better not to answer.
A picturesque pond in Croatia. Do you want to swim?
This vessel can turn over vertically to study the behavior of sound waves underwater.
"I was looking through old photos and found something terrible"
This guy has steel... nerves!
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