Paul Dabill captured stunning drone footage of a school of fish swimming in a heart-shaped formation in Palm Beach, Florida. The aquatic display lasted long enough for the phototgrapher to film it.
Local restaurant owner, 47-year-old Paul Dabill spotted the fish when he took his DJI Mavic Air 2 drone out for a spin. The fish looked like they were competing for gold in the artistic synchronised swimming event.
“I was looking for mullet, this time of year is the fall mullet migration. There were no mullet at the beach this day, however, I found the school of Jack Crevalles instead.
“I immediately recognized the heart shape of the school when I first saw it,” said Paul. “It maintained that shape for several seconds before morphing into other shapes.”
Facebook commenters heaped praise on Paul for sharing his remarkable aerial footage.
“That’s amazing,” one wrote.
“So cool that you captured that daisy-chaining Crevalle school this time of year as they usually only do that off the [South East Florida] beaches in early Spring,” another chimed in.
Anyone else having a Finding Nemo moment on hearing this?
Paul said the experience was “a special and beautiful moment.”
It is indeed, and you can watch it below: