A group of bathers enjoyed a typical day last Friday swimming at Bondi Beach in Sydney, Australia.
They were amusing themselves around a school of salmon, not far from shore.
They swam near and in the middle of the school, sometimes scaring the fish away.
What they did not know is that several sharks also swam with them.
The images have been recorded by a drone that from above captured the presence of predators on the scene, which from the surface seemed harmless.
Jason Iggleden, creator of a mobile application to track the sharks and owner of the drone that captured the images, says that sharks, bathers and salmon were swimming peacefully for almost an hour.
The video has made a great impression on social networks, where many have admired the calm seen in the scene and the beauty of the image from the air.
However, there are also those who have expressed concern for the safety of the swimmers in the area, since they clearly did not realize the danger that lurked.
"I recommend never swimming near salmon," Iggleden wrote on his Instagram account.
Australia has confirmed in this 2020 a total of 21 shark attacks on all its coasts, although this time it seems that no one was scared.