Ice diving is all the rage for asylum residents (10 Photos)

Divers in Kazakhstan are not sane. And in case you were wondering, yes those are full trees buried underneath a lake of ice.
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  • Mu$£

    fucking. suicidal.

  • HellHathNoFury

    That is beautiful and creepy! I must go.

  • P-90

    Great, except you spend the following night waiting for your bollocks to reappear.

  • whaazzzzup

    The do that in North America too…. It’s not that crazy, that’s why the rope is used.

  • Matt

    very strange to be honest.

  • Mustafa_Beer

    This is how they film “ice road truckers”??

  • top dog

    Thats craaaaazy!!, but at least they answered that question floating around in my head about the trees.

  • effemel

    Here is PA there is a similar place, just without all the ice, Raystown Lake is a visual treasure trove for divers, when they built the dam that the reservoir is built on one of the low lying towns was just abandoned and flooded, there are still whole building, roads, trees, etc just submerged under hundreds of feet of water. That would make a great TheChive post if any pics can be found of it

    • HellHathNoFury

      Spirit Lake at Mt. St. Helens is that way, too. The trees were blasted into the lake, but they float vertically. Lake Cushman in Olympic National Park is man-made, they cut down enormous trees and the stumps can scare the ever-loving heck out of you and eat your boat. Some of the trees are still growing. Very strange to see a hundred-foot cedar growing in the middle of a clear lake. I’ll dig up some of my pics.

  • Verona

    That is freakin AWESOME!!!

  • inspectmyclouseau

    #3 is a nice scenic shot

  • abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwzyx

    That water looks warm =]

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