With the advent of GoPro and other affordable wearable cameras, the internet is flooded with videos of nature like we've never seen before. But what if you don't want to buy a GoPro to get that kind of footage? Josh Reeves has your answer.
The amateur photographer simply put his point-and-shoot camera in a plastic two-liter bottle and immersed it into a lake.
He ended up recording this group of smooth newts swimming and feeding under the surface. It's fascinating and relaxing footage that needed only a couple of bucks worth of equipment to capture.