Necklace in the Ocean
Stone weirs are a type of ancient man-made fishing construction. From the sky, the scale of these weirs is massive and their shapes complex — like mysterious calligraphy etched into the sea by some enormous hand. The beautiful “necklace” in the photo is a stone weir of Penghu Islands. The heartshaped pendant is the “weir-room” for catching fish, while the curving string of the necklace is the stone dam used to prevent the fish from escaping.