Monday, February 14, 2011


Luckily sharks don't swim in sand or walk on land.  This shark fin is a pile of discarded bonnets of motor vehicles.

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Horsoon said...

Awesome!! I mean both the Shark Fin and this photo :)

willie a.k.a reptoz said...


Filip Demuinck said...

All your oicture have very intense colors. How do you do this?

Anonymous said...

Beautiful and utterly creative! :)

Ben said...

guess you're using HDR technique? Creative, colorful and sustainable shark fin! I doubt nobody dare to get a bite :D

HappySurfer said...

Nice sharkfin! Very creative! A question just came to mind. Do people mess around with these exhibits? I mean eg., that camel you posted earlier on, do people try to get on it like it's just so tempting? Just wondering..

Wonderful shot, as usual, Ai Shiang. Thanks for sharing.

reanaclaire said...

wow..where did you get this bonnet sharkfin.. :)

Ai Shiang said...

Horsoon, Willie, Mei Teng,
Thanks to the creative artist!

All photos have intensity because they are taken in 3 different exposure and bind them into HDR (high dynamic range).

I can't go without HDR. My eyes are very picky :o)

So far never heard of stolen exhibits or people riding on it. There are signs on every exhibit that says "don't touch". Besides, people here do behave when they are sober :o)

It's a yearly exhibition where you can find all sort of creative stuffs sitting on the sandy beach.

Bananazஇ said...

What a nice mix. How's that for the new shark's fin soup with multi colors instead of only one color..lolz.

Mary said...

What a wonderful photograph. I stopped by to thank you for your visit to my blog. I hope you will visit often. Have a wonderful evening. Blessings...Mary

Tekkaus said... come this new breed of shark is stuck at here? :p

Ayie said...

and it's pretty scary to see a shark that big too!

Paul said...

Awesome shot... great art piece :)