I'm moving gently forward, over the wild and beautiful, unexplored world below me. I'm floating in silence, and breaking it up with the sound of my breath. Above me, there’s nothing but shimmery light, the place where I've come from, and will go back to when I am done here. I'm going deeper past the wrinkled rocks and dark seaweed, toward a deep blueness where a school of silver fish wait. As I swim through the water, bubbles burst from me, wobbling like little jellyfish as they rise.
A sharks diet is very interesting. The biggest sharks eat baby fish, shrimp, plankton, and many tiny animals. Some sharks eat bony fish, squid, and can also be cannibalistic. They usually feed on smaller sharks. Great White sharks eat fish, and as they grow start to eat seals and walrus.
The film is full of editing by Verna Fields to intensify the emotional response of the audience. She uses continuity editing in the scene where Brody, Hooper, and Quint have to assemble the shark cage, so you get the idea without having to go into full detail. When Hooper is in the cage, actual shark footage taken by Ron and Valerie Taylor in South Australia is edited in. There are a lot of jump cuts that have been used to evoke the feelings of panic and fear in the viewer. For example, in the opening scene with Chrissie, you see the camera angle underwater looking up at Chrissie swimming with the glow of the moon above her.
I was too excited. I hastily opened the chest and saw a scanner. “Yes!” I thought. I took a quick dip in the water and went on a adventure to find the Sea Glide fragments. I saw different kinds of fish along the way, so I took my time to scan them.
Descriptive Essay Far away from this busy life I seek a quiet place that absorbs all of my worries and stress. A place where I can feel close to the nature. The first place that crosses my mind when I even think about getting away from this stressful life is an oceanic view. I always desire to visit a place that has stunning view of clear blue water as it leaves me savoring every moment spent on the beach. Ocean has always been such a lovely place for me.
The National Championship Game will be something I will never forget. Being able to walk into Magic or Animal Kingdom will never get old. Waiting to go on a huge waterslide is one of the best and worst feelings at the same time. There’s something about laying on the beach or in the ocean that is just so relaxing, especially when you can hear the waves crash up against the shore. I can’t wait until my next trip to Florida so I can make even more
Another name for Spanish Dancers is sea rose. They eat sponges, crabs, and anemones. They first started out in the red sea but then moved to other oceans. Their predators are turtles, humans, and crabs. These water animals are fun to look at.
A few highlights of magenta and scarlet left me marvelling for longer than anticipated. These fish are no strangers to each other, with not much sound there is constant interaction between them with a peck on the lips each time they come across each other. The atmosphere is the total opposite with the one I had just witnessed with the turtles. With the undistracted staring something catches my eye, a spitting image of the cartoon fish "finding Nemo" swims across and I can 't help but follow it with my eyes as it moves effortlessly through the crystal clear water. Patterns of what seem like stripes of strong orange and white are drawn artistically on its body with touches of black on its fins which accentuates its
The Sittee River Marina in Hopkins is located just minutes by boat from the lagoon where you can witness this night time oasis. Caused by a mix of salt and fresh water interacting with the algae, movement in the water causes it to glow bright blue. It’s most evident in the wake of boats, but it’s most exciting to watch fish dart through the water and jellyfish pulsating as they glide through the water. Experience world-class snorkeling and scuba diving. The Belize Barrier Reef is the world’s second largest reef system, trailing only the Great Barrier Reef in Australia.
Jaws has a lot of film techniques but the ones that stood out to me the most were really exciting like the eye level shot, where the woman is in the water and all you see is her face and some people swimming behind her. She appears to be pretty calm in the start but then she sees he 's sharks fin out of nowhere. The camera then points to to the shark fin. Then the eye level shot points back to her where she makes the expression that she would have if a real shark were to be there, which gives us a feel for what we would do if we were in her place. Its effect/purpose was to allow us the viewers to that perspective of the shark at times.
It felt so good, the water all over my body swishing and swashing smoothly. I swam a few yards to fall upon Daddy and Uncle. They were taking photos and their bright pink floaties dragged through the water. A few seconds later, high tide. Blue, white, and green swirled together forming a waves that raised up way above me.
My feet started to descend through the ocean floor, because of the slushy sand at the bottom. The water smelled like a mist of fresh air and seaweed. I spotted three surfers gliding across the tides like penguins, splashing water in my mouth. The water left an undesirable salty taste in mouth, it was horrible. When I exit out of the lagoon, I notice my skin felt precisely smooth as a baby 's bottom.