Now that I am Darth Virginia,–if you don’t get it–look at the previous post, my world is not outer space but under space.
I could never look under the water in a pool because I was afraid of drowning–you know water up the nose, in the mouth and in the ears, and there was no way I was getting my face wet.
So with this very special piece of equipment, I can see what others have seen all their lives.
Do you know your hands create small bubbles when you swim free-style?
When you swim in the morning, the reflection of the sun on the bottom of the pool reminds me of the static machines that allow you to see the arcing electricity.
But in the pool the arcing is magnified and multiplied a hundred times over.
The lights shimmer, sparkle and undulate with the choppy waves under the agitated water.
You almost feel as if you are in an underwater disco.
But in the afternoon, it is a totally different scene.Continue reading