This diver looks like he’s swimming through flames. What? fire in water?
This amazing and natural phenomenon occurs where the Santa Fe River meets the Devil’s Ear canyon opening near High Springs, Florida.
The natural phenomenon: The dark tea coloured water of the Santa Fe River – due to the tannic acid released from the roots of the cypress trees – mixes with nearly 80 million gallons of crystal clear fresh water daily from the Devil’s Spring System, creating the amazing fire storm effect with the sun shining through.
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