posted on Sep, 20 2012 @ 09:45 PM
Here they are in all their splendor.
Aliens ? Deep underwater ships sending us a message ? Or perhaps atlanteans ?
NOAA or National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in full say that in all the global ocean niches, only five percent have currently been
explored with about 95 percent still waiting for the eye of man to document it. Yoji Ookata is a photographer from Japan dedicated to bringing to the
fore the mysteries below the ocean, something he has done for 5 decades just around the Japanese coast. After finding rippling sand patterns in a
geometric fashion, Ookata’s curiosity was aroused and he set to demystify the “mystery circle”.
Not a chance! Here is the responsible.
The team documented with a camera the profile of the artist; rather small kind of puffer fish with a length a couple of inches that tirelessly
swims a whole night and day all in creating the huge organic creations through a single fin’s gesture.
Now i must say it is less intriguing than aliens but i am totally mind blown by the ability of that fish to be able to make such a "perfect" figure. I
would not be able to draw anything like that in sand, without tools anyways.
edit on 20-9-2012 by alphaskunk because: (no reason given)