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It’s an imperceptible thin boundary, the one between floating and sinking. Depends on the oxygen that we are able to rake in, the force that holds us back, on the ability to enjoy the abyss, knowing that we will travel up to the surface. Despite the current pull us always lower and farther. Making us able to create an extraordinary apnea. Have a Supernature summer.

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Silvia di Paolo for Supernature

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