Things 80: Underwater, 3D, Propeller Puzzle

A simple idea, but no less amazing for it:

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As soon as 3D cinema started to see regular releases, many of us wondered if there was a market for designer 3D glasses, or at least nicer ones than the pairs you get at the cinema. I suspect with the advent of 3D TV using the same technology, the market becomes viable, and so the product duly emerges.

Marvellously surreal, but also interpretable as a variation on carpe diem:

Bill Murray as Phil in Groundhog day: “Well, what if there is no tomorrow? There wasn’t one today!”

Given that no Photoshop is involved, how was this photo achieved?

Photo credit (and by its context, answer to the puzzle) is here.

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