Underwater Dancing

Contest Info

  • Started: 10/27/2006 06:00
  • Ended: 10/29/2006 06:00
  • Level: advanced
  • Entries: 17
  • Jackpot:
  • FN Advanced 1st Place $20
  • FN Advanced 2nd Place $12
  • FN Advanced 3rd Place $8
Underwater Dancing
Contest Directions: On Friday seventy-four scuba divers danced simultaneously underwater at Sydney's Olympic Park Aquatic Centre and set the new world record for the largest underwater dance class. ]
If 74 scuba divers simultaneously jerking underwater is called "dancing", you might as well call simultaneous screaming of 74 monkeys "an opera performance", and call it "a record". On the other hand I think I might just have discovered what caused Tsunami waves this morning.
In this contest you are asked to photoshop people dancing underwater. Any dance styles and dance outfits are good enough as long as they are SFW (safe for work) and are underwater.

Contest Info

    • Started: 10/27/2006 06:00
    • Ended: 10/29/2006 06:00
    • Level: advanced
    • Entries: 17
    • Jackpot:
    • FN Advanced 1st Place $20
    • FN Advanced 2nd Place $12
    • FN Advanced 3rd Place $8
17 pictures
  • Man Breakdancing Underwater

    Man Breakdancing Underwater
  • Barnacle Dancers Underwater

    Barnacle Dancers Underwater
  • Woman Pole Dancing Underwater

    Woman Pole Dancing Underwater
  • Woman Dancing with Jellyfish

    Woman Dancing with Jellyfish
  • BreakDancer Under the Water

    BreakDancer Under the Water
  • Pole Dancing Mermaid

    Pole Dancing Mermaid
  • Woman Dancing With the Starfish

    Woman Dancing With the Starfish
  • Couple Dancing with SpongeBob Underwater

    Couple Dancing with SpongeBob Underwater
  • Man Dancing Under Water

    Man Dancing Under Water
  • Underwater Dance Party

    Underwater Dance Party
17 image entries
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This contest is fueled by the following news: A group of scuba divers, seventy-four strong, have danced their way to a world record. These scuba divers are part of the underwater dance class at Sydney's, Australia's Olympic Park Aquatic Center. They accomplished their record breaking fete on October 27, 2006. The scuba divers danced simultaneously for ten minutes to set the world record. The event also raised money that went to charity. Seas classification by the oceans: Pacific Ocean: Bali Sea; Banda Sea; Bering Sea; Visayan Sea; Inland Sea; East China Sea; Yellow Sea; Camotes Sea; Coral Sea; Koro Sea; Bismarck Sea; Bohol Sea; Molucca Sea; Sea of Okhotsk; Savu Sea; Samar Sea; Ceram Sea; Sibuyan Sea; Solomon Sea; Celebes Sea; Sulu Sea; Tasman Sea; Fiji Sea' Phillippine Sea; Flores Sea; Halmahera Sea; South China Sea; Java Sea; Sea of Japan. Atlantic Ocean: Sea of Azov; Baltic Sea; Irish Sea; Caribbean Sea; Labrador Sea; Sea of Marmara; Sargasso Sea; North Sea; Wadden Sea; Mediterranean Sea Adriatic Sea; Alboran Sea; Balearic Sea; Ionian Sea; Sea of Crete; Ligurian Sea; Tyrrhenian Sea; Aegean Sea; Black Sea Indian Ocean: * Andaman Sea; * Arabian Sea; * Arafura Sea; * Red Sea; * Laccadive Sea; * Timor Sea; Arctic Ocean: * Barents Sea; o Pechora Sea; * Baffin Bay; * White Sea; * Beaufort Sea; * East Siberian Sea; * Greenland Sea; * Kara Sea; * Laptev Sea; * Lincoln Sea; * Norwegian Sea; * Chukchi Sea Southern Ocean: * Amundsen Sea; * Ross Sea; * Weddell Sea; * Scotia Sea; * Lazarev Sea; * Davis Sea * Bellingshausen Sea; * Mawson Sea; * Riiser-Larsen Sea; * Collaboration Sea; * Cosmonaut Sea; * Somov Sea; * D'Urville Sea Inland (Landlocked) Seas (Large lakes): * Aral Sea; * Caspian Sea; * Dead Sea According to hydrological, hydro chemical and other characteristics, Gulfs belong to seas: * Hudson Bay; * Persian Gulf Famous International Dances: Dances of eastern India: Naga, Khazagiri, Bamboo dance, Nongkrem, Bikhu, Tkhang-ta, Karma (munda), Ponung, Vrita, Hurka pormanteau , Cali dance, Ghanta Patua, Paik, Dalkkhai Dances of northern India: Dhumkhal, Rouf, dances of lamas, Pangi, Losar of Sean Chuskam, Bhangra, Raas, Gidda, Dkhamyal, Dupkh, Lahur, Dhurang, Mali, Tera tali The Irish dances can be divided into social dances and performance dances. Social dances include ceili and group dances. Ceili is usually danced in pairs from 2 to 8 persons. Performance dance is usually understood as Irish solo dances. A distinctive feature of Irish steps, which became popular in 1994's world famous show Riverdance, are fast and accurate movements by the feet while body and hands remain motionless. The Chinese dance with fans symbolizes an awakening of nature, the beginning of the life-giving Spring. Fans in the hands of girls look like huge wings of butterflies and delicate costumes, shining in special light, and smooth slow dance movements are like fantastic round dances of forest maidens. Mexican dance: Originated in Poland around the 15th century under the name "chodzony", which was earlier known as polonaise, was exclusively a wedding dance. Later, it changed a little and become an indispensable part of any public celebrations. This majestic polonaise dances marks the opening of any national holiday. In the end of the 15th century and the beginning of the 16 century chodzony started to spread among the smaller polish gentry. However, the polonaise reached the magnates only by the end of the 16th century, where it transformed into the magnificent palace dance. In 1573, Henry Valua (the future French king Henry III) was crowned as Polish king. Possibly, the first acquaintance of Western Europe to polonaise also occurred during this time. French ballet masters modified chodzony, making it apt for court celebrations, as a result of which, it became a part of the court's ceremony, a distinctive parade of gentry before their monarch in the court of Polish kings. In the 17th century, the polonaise became popular in all Europe and received the present name. The simple folk dance "chodzony" got a sonorous name the"polonaise", became more complex and intricate and a dance of privileged classes. Polka – is a fast, vivacious Central European dance and also a dance music genre. It appeared in the middle of the 19th century in Bohemia and since then, it became a popular folk dance. The polka was written by Johann Strauss I and his son Johann Strauss II. This name has originated from the Czech word Polka, meaning Polish, inhabitant of Poland. Also the word resembles the Polish pulka, meaning "half". Because of the name, often it is wrongly considered to be exclusively of a Polish genre. Also, often this genre is confused with the Swedish Polskа. The musical time of a Polka is 2/4. This folk dance Polka, by its name, seems Polish. However it belongs to another Slavic nation – the Czechs.