Aliwal Shoal, South Africa: A Ragged-tooth shark (Carcharhinus taurus) cruising in South African waters above a rocky, coral-covered sea-bottom, amongst various schooling fish including Bluestripe snapper (Lutjanus kasmira) and surgeonfish species (Acanthuridae spp.). The Ragged-tooth's needle-like, protruding teeth help it grab and hold onto prey. This image is from Big Sharks Rule.
Telemark, Norway: A shot of Vemork in the Mist. The former power plant is now a museum. In WW2 heavy water was produced here and sent off to Germany. Until the Allies took action. This image is from Drain the Oceans.