Bahama Blue is the Bahamas beyond the beaches. Explore worlds where everything is eating…or being eaten, but fierce competition gives way to playful and funny creatures, just staking their claim. This a magical place where plants are sprinkled with shimmering dust and seahorses feed, almost without fear. Bahama Blue is a six-part television series that explores the islands of the Bahamas in a search of wildlife through the lens of cinematographers Andy Brandy Casagrande IV, Mark Rackley and Sean White. Captured in 4k cinematography, combined with intimate aerials, extraordinary macro photography and signature ‘tide lapses', this is the Bahamas you've never seen before and will want to share.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Bahama Blue - Blue hole - Netflix
A blue hole is a large marine cavern or sinkhole, which is open to the surface and has developed in a bank or island composed of a carbonate bedrock (limestone or coral reef). Blue holes typically contain tidally influenced water of fresh, marine, or mixed chemistry. They extend below sea level for most of their depth and may provide access to submerged cave passages. Well-known examples can be found in South China Sea (Dragon Hole), Belize, the Bahamas, Guam, Australia (in the Great Barrier Reef), and Egypt (in the Red Sea). Blue holes are distinguished from cenotes in that the latter are inland voids usually containing fresh groundwater rather than seawater.
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