Nov 27, 2012

Scuba Dive a U.K. Underwater Gnome Garden

Far from any neatly trimmed lawns, a clan of gnomes lurks under the surface of England's deepest lake: Wastwater, in Cumbria. This steep-walled, glacier-carved basin in North West England boasts remarkably clear water but few natural features to entice sub-aquatic sightseers beyond some cliffs, pinnacles and rare freshwater sponges. So scuba enthusiasts have created their own secret garden of statues posed on the muddy bottom.

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Wastwater, England's biggest lake, shelters an underwater gnome garden planted by scuba divers. (Photo by Andy Stephenson via Wikimedia Commons)

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