The internet’s abuzz about this photo of a surfer in Smyrna Beach, Florida (the sharkbite capitol of the world). Is it real or is it Photoshop? An article from London’s Evening Standard has the most extensive coverage found so far. The blacktip apparently leapt from behind the surfer while a camera snapped away. The shark was discovered in the “digital darkroom”.
Why is it important to the deep sea? Because we share these oceans with all kinds of thinking, feeling, swimming, and leaping creatures. That’s the moral of the story.
Hat tip to Clark Thompson with a shout out to the 2-1-5, and my boyz in Philly. Peace!