Guess what’s on this picture? No, it’s not snow.The right answer is after the jump.
Such a natural phenomenon is very rare. It is called Cappuccino coast. Because it doesn’t occur very often, you are a lucky one to see these pictures taken in Cape Town, as Cappuccino was brought to its shores by the strongest storm. This thick foam in the ocean appears when salt water interacts with the decomposition products of underwater living creatures, and everything is churned up together by powerful currents which cause the water to form bubbles.