Is there a restaurant in blue water?
Well there is a a resaurant that is called Bluewater that sells seafood!
The ocean is blue because water is a blue substance. Many people are sure that bodies of water are blue because the water reflects the sky. But wouldn't this only make the shiny surface-reflections look blue? And doesn't water sometimes remain blue on cloudy days? Exactly. There's no mystery here; water looks blue because water *is* blue. Pure water is a blue chemical. It's not just the sky that creates the colors we see.
The ocean water appear blue because it reflects the light from the blue sky. Also note: -Water itself is transparent -When the sky is not blue (Night, overcast sky), the water is not blue. -Some water seems green. This is usually due to algae at the bottom which actually cleans the water (which isn't what you'd expect from green water)
People color raindrops blue because the ocean is blue and the ocean is water. The ocean is blue because the blue sky reflects on the water turning it blue. Water is really clear. The ocean is really clear. Since the sea is water and raindrops are water people assume that raindrops are blue and color them blue. Some people know raindrops are not blue but color them anyway because they want to add more color…