1. Current running north to south.2. Looking west3. Wind blowing from west.It's a cold, low salinity ocean current.
You took the words right out of my keyboard
Wrong, so I'll give a hint. Not everything that looks like shadow is a shadow.
Oh yeah. There are little shadows going the other way. So what are the dark streaks? Saltier water?
Getting closer. The dark streaks are slate grey like the sea, the rest of the water is brownish like...
I was going to say the streaks were caused by melting ice but there's also a long streak running from the yacht. I suppose we are seeing a place where a river meets the sea? And the river is probably fed by melting glaciers? But I don't really understand the dark streaks.
Unless there is brown stuff coming from left to right on a surface current and it is flowing around the yacht and ice?
There was indeed brown water flowing from left to right...
So the current is running south to north.We are looking east.The wind is blowing from the east.It's a brown current.
1. No (which is odd given others are right)2. Yes3. Yes4. Yes
Duh. Current is north to south of course. Left to right.
Yes!It was the things that looked like shadows but weren't that caught my eye as they were pointing towards the sun rather than away.The water from the left was coming from a river off the glacier that was full of mud hence brown.
The fake shadows certainly fooled me!
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