archimedes’ principle Posted on July 23, 2012 by nitzus a clear example of the validity of buoyancy = weight of displaced fluid. perhentian island may 2012. the location: Share this:FacebookTwitterPinterestLike this:Like Loading... Related
Wonderful. Looks like it suspended in mid air!
i guess the buoyancy aspect is not that clear by looking at this photo. 🙂
A very interesting photo. It truly does look suspended in mid-air.
haha. i was surprised by the clarity as well! thanks luann!
many thanks alastair!
Do you know that this photo was all over Facebook a few months ago?
was it exactly the same? all i know is that my wife uploaded the photo on her fb page in early june but it wasn’t shared by anybody that i’m aware of. 😉
Yes, it was exactly the same. I remember cause I thought it was so cool 😀
wow! that water!
and it’s only 50 miles from my hometown. have to visit again very very soon!
you are so lucky! you must visit soon – look forward to the photos!
yeah need to visit the other beaches that we never got around to explore. thanks marina!
This is super…the water is so clear the boat looks suspended! Great catch!!!
Definitely a bit of levitation going on there. 😉
How I love the way boats fly on clear water!! Perfect shot of it, dear Nitzus!
Amazingly beautiful! Such clear water!!
thank you so much bindu!