Flying along the coast of Argentina, the view of the beach does not look too irregular except for what appears to be an odd pattern formation in the sand.
Looking directly from above, it almost looks as if the entire shore is covered with eyeballs.
In reality, the beach is actually covered with thousands of nesting birds known as cormorants. Cormorants are a type of seabird that tend to develop colonies around the shore, whether in beaches, cliffs or trees. It is estimated that this colony contains over 10,600 individual birds and 5,300 nests.
As you are about to see, being up close to a colony of this magnitude can be quite overwhelming.