Alright, I should admit that there was a neat photography exhibit on the inside of the Albin Polasek Museum. They had a bunch of underwater photos by Bruce Mozart, the official photographer at the Silver Springs resort in the 1930s. Apparently he built the first waterproof housing for a camera.
Some of the photos are pretty corny, but there were some weird ones too. He liked to set up scenes underwater with models doing things that people normally do on land. Things like taking a bath, jumping a hurdle, or grilling a steak. A little plaque on the wall said he wouldn’t hire models that smoked since they couldn’t hold their breath long enough. (More info.)
This tree has nothing to do with the photos.