The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is a gorgeous game. Sure, the artistic direction might not be to everyone's taste, but we'd argue that it oozes a sense of wonder and adventure with every field, forest, or open vista.
It turns out that even the areas we were never meant to see are just as lovely. Twitter user @eu_rasi_a_3678 has shared a video online which gives us a quick peek underwater; as you can see, this is pulled off by taking out the Shiekah Slate's camera while Link is in the water. Doing just that in this particular spot allows you to see everything below the surface - we can't quite believe how much detail has gone into an area which wasn't supposed to be visited.
Perhaps at one stage during development, the team were hoping to include underwater exploration, or at the very least allow players to look below the surface to take photos for the Hyrule Compendium? Maybe this feature will make it into the upcoming sequel?
We certainly hope so if it means we get to see Hyrule looking like this.