365 days of SL, day 29:
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Ever since we found that rusty old submarine submerged beneath Lordshore Bridge, I've been more conscious of the fact that you may find more underwater on SL than just unadulterated terrain.
Yesterday, I happened to walk through Lake Alicia at Alikat's rather than around it, as usual; I didn't think I'd see anything there, but it turns out that a rock right near the lighthouse (not visible in the screenshot in the previously-linked post; perhaps it's new) harbors a few submerged secrets, too. :)
It's nothing fancy, certainly nowhere near as professionally or beautifully done as the submerged sub, but there's some kelp, an old rowboat that's sunk to the bottom, and a school of fish swimming around; I've been visiting this lake for years, but I don't think I ever saw this before, so it made me happy no matter what. :)
Location: Itazipco (101, 163, 10)