This is one of those one-picture posts that yours truly loves oh so much. Mainly because this single picture seems to be worth a thousand.
Photographers David Doubilet and Jennifer Hayes blow us away by this aquatic photo they captured as part of an assignment for National Geographic in Cuba. They were on task when they spotted this massive school of blue silversides. Thousands in number, the fish were speedily swimming through bunches of mangrove trees. Despite being an underwater photograph, the perspective used makes the fish startlingly appear to be floating in the air. The photo was praised so much that it made National Geographic’s Best Photos of 2016 list. Check it out!