Can one take a picture of an ocean stream? Unfortunately, it would be difficult to create the contours that would make the image clear. Nature has hidden many beautiful forces from us. Imagine how interesting it would be to be able to see wind blowing through a tree's leaves or sunlight enter through a window.
But it turns out, under certain environmental conditions -it is possible to capture this unique natural phenomenon. An ocean stream:
This possibility exists in the winter, when the air temperature is low. As the Gulf Stream carries warm water from the Gulf of Mexico, a significant temperature difference between the air and water is created. Over this warm current is steam:
Clearly visible boundary currents. Where the water is cold, there is no heat flow. There is only a calm ocean.
The beginning of the Gulf Stream is a place north of the Bahamas, where the Florida Current (which comes out of the Gulf through the straits between Florida and Cuba) merges with the Antilles Current (flowing north from Puerto Rico).