Reddit user Kingpixels posted this beautiful food art of banana dolphins done by his mom. The dolphins floating in the sea of grapes and also holding grapes in their mouth.
About 800 schoolchildren and teachers from 14 schools form the shape of a Chinese white dolphin, along with the word ‘Protect’ and Chinese characters ‘Ocean’, at Repulse Bay in Hong Kong.
The special event marked the Hong Kong government’s decision to ban trawl fishing in Hong Kong waters to save fish stocks starting in January 2013.
Clouds never stand still, they are always in a state of transition, mutating from one form to another. Let’s have a look at some of the amazing cloud formations captured by the members of Cloud Appreciation Society.
A Poodle with Shades
We have seen Starlings Form Dolphin Shape Chased by Killer Whale and now you’re going to see the amazing giant dolphin shape created underwater by thousands of sardines.
This enormous shoal of sardines appear to adopt a disguise as they swim in the formation of a dolphin. Grouping together helps to protect the small sardines from predators. Steve De Neef photographed the fish near Cebu in the Philippines.
He said: “There are sardines as far as you can see and there must be thousands of them. If you get inside the shoal they even block out the light. Getting the picture of the dolphin shape was just about being in the right spot at the right time. I’m pretty sure its just a coincidence but it would be to their benefit if they could imitate a larger animal.”
55-year-old amateur photographer Paul McGreevy caught some amazing formations by starlings that resembles a dolphing being chased by a killer whale and a giant octopus. Paul McGreevy didn’t notice these beautiful formations until he got his camera home and started putting the images on his computer.
“I was really surprised to see the dolphin, then what looked like a killer whale chasing it. There’s an octopus too – but people can see lots of different things in the pictures. I suppose a psychiatrist could tell you a lot from what people see in the pictures.”