When Turned Upside-Down This Shark Looks Like Joker
Photos are a great way for people to share things with one another. Some might like trying to take crazy shots from a cliff or bridge, while the less adventurous may simply snap shots of friends, family and pets.
Getting the perfect shot is a struggle, whether you are a professional with a DSLR or an everyday person with a disposable Kodak. And it isn’t always the professional catching the great shots, and one person managed to capture something pretty epic through the lens of an underwater camera.
Calypso Star Charters, an Australia-based underwater tour company had posted an interesting picture to Instagram that raised a lot of eyebrows. The company had posted a photo of a Great White taken from a ‘shark cage.’
But what CSC decided to do was share the image upside down. It was an interesting choice that many people commented on. Some said that the shark’s underside looked much like that of a jester or a joker. One person made the comment that they thought it was a filter at first.
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It’s interesting what a couple of different camera angles can do for the subject of a photo. Consider every angle when you take one.
While sharks are very big and scary, the fear of sharks is largely unfounded. Much of the ill feelings for the aquatic creatures come from movies stereotyping them as mindless killing machines concerned with only their next meal.
Less effort should be put into killing them and more into saving them. They are an essential part of the ecosystem are less dangerous than lightning strikes.
Actually, you are statistically more likely to be struck by lightning twice than you are to get bitten by a shark.
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Do not hate on sharks without first attempting to understand them. Take the time to see the wonderful creatures they are.