Gallery: Westpol’s Sunken Observation Deck Brings Visitors Chest-Deep i...

From afar, visitors lounging in the observation deck look as if they are wading in the water, their dry head and shoulders a shocking contrast to those who don’t know the unique deck is there. The effect is both surreal and serene, giving both visitors and
 
From afar, visitors lounging in the observation deck look as if they are wading in the water, their dry head and shoulders a shocking contrast to those who don’t know the unique deck is there. The effect is both surreal and serene, giving both visitors and observers a harmonization with the pond like no other.

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  1. dinothecarpenter June 9, 2013 at 9:14 pm

    wish I had one in my private brackish 30 acre lake with its huge 5 / 6 foot Tarpon,4 / 5 foot amber jacks and tall the other huge fish living in this lake ,sorry no fishing ever.. Only lake like it in south Florida we hand feed the fish for last 40 years ,would be nice to have them come right up to me while seeing them eye to eye,,,wow,,,Dino in sunny Miami.

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