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Underwater Photo Location: Shark Park, Rocky Bay, South Africa

Underwater Photo Location: Shark Park, Rocky Bay, South Africa

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AWESOME, a must for any Shark Lover
Facts about Shark Park, Rocky Bay, South Africa
  • It is in South Africa
  • Shark Park, Rocky Bay, South Africa is in the Indian Ocean.
  • The typical depth is 0-10 Metres 0-30 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 3-10 Metres 10-30 Feet.
Dive types
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Marine Life
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Diving facilities
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Photo facilities
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In the MIX!! Sorry about all the bubbles, just absolutely unavoidable...

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Black Tip

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Dusky 2

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The Hunt, 3m viz......hmmmm

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Dusky Shark

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Dusky nice and close

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Something different

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Dusky "OVER the TOP"

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Say What?

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The "Dive Master" Although the viz below 5m became pretty bad shooting up helped

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Black tip at its best, fast and extremely agile!

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Helloooo

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Some reasonable VIZ for a change!!!

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Whooohooo!

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Yikes :)

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Good Old Black Tips, never a dull moment

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Black tip shark, close up with amazing reflections in the water.

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Non Divers doing what Shark Divers do!! (Signals are a dead give away :) ) One way to introduce people to the world we love is educational snorkeling trips.

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Hmmm, close enough? ;)

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Dusky taken in about 7 to 8m viz, the green water is due to our paper pulp mills (SAPPI SAICOR) releasing their effluent over the MPA, only in Africa.

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A pretty cool picture of a black Tip shark turning as soon as the strobes fire.

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Electric......

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Plain and simple

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The last bit of a very true statement: "we will understand only what we are taught". Educating people about sharks is key to their ongoing survival.

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So far I think this is one of my best Dusky pic's, enjoy.

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;)

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Dusky sharks close up

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Grumpy ;)

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Swooosh

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Nosing around :)

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2 Dusky sharks popping in for a close visit.

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Speeeeeed!!!

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Say, whaaaaaat!!

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You may recall the Dusky photograph I posted last year looking like this, well this black tip decided she was not going to be out done! ;)

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Simple picture with a little something added :)

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Fired Up!

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Once in a life time!

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Back Draft!!

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In your face!

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Turbo: This Black Tip meant business........

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This guy makes a GW look tame :)

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This Black Tip over under was taken at just before Sunset.

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Sunset!

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One of my images from my "Quick Silver"collection, some more to follow ;)

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Facing Extinction - We need to do everything in our power to stop the annihilation of the shark species from our oceans by greedy, stupid status hungry people! If you cannot physically contribute use your vote voice what ever but make a difference!

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3rd image from "Quick Silver" Album....

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"2 to Tango"

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Image taken with Hanli (S.A. Ladies Free Diving champ) and my favourite animals at "Shark Park" in South Africa.

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A Perfect Sunset

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When I looked at this image I had the distinct feeling that someone had spiked my drink, then I looked again….and yes another crazy cool image!

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They display the most amazing power and presence!

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Say WHAT…..???

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Pure Energy!!!

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Liquid Energy #3

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"Hey There"

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"Energy"

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"What Dreans May Come" On very rare occasions you will capture an image………a dream……something that will affect you as an individual! Others may not see the beauty, the creation or they may not even like the image…..but you know, you see and yo...

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"Stormy Shadows" Sometimes you capture and image that is moody, some what insane, but yet it appeals to senses in a way you cannot explain…..

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"Cutting Edge" It took a while to get this image and now that I have it, it has become one of my favourites, not just because it looks cool, but the amount of effort that went into capturing it. Everything has to come together when shooting por...

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Blacktails mobbing the area, a South African version of the Fiji Shark Dive damsels!!!

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"Bliss"

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"Over Under"

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"Side by Side"

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"Fire & Ice" - close-up of a BT at sunset with the sun burning through the water. ;)

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"Shout" - One of my personal favourites ;)

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"Speed" - this image really brings a smile to my face every time I look at it!

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A black tip slowly cruises past with the late afternoon sun glistening on her back, just something so surreal about this image and actually witnessing the moment in the water.

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"Into the Darkness"
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