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I had the camera on the end of a pole for this one. After many failed attempts and near misses, everything aligned - I got the right shark, the right angle, the right camera depth, and the right timing - and I ended up with this beauty.
By Chris Perkins
posted Friday, November 11, 2016
15 votes

Curiosity

This young white shark was incredibly curious about my camera in the water. Every pass it made it came up and gaped in front of it, trying to grab it in it's mouth to figure out what my camera was.
By Chris Perkins
posted Saturday, November 26, 2016
8 votes

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Curiosity

This young white shark was incredibly curiou... by Chris Perkins
Curiosity
This young white shark was incredibly curious about my camera in the water. Every pass it made it came up and gaped in front of it, trying to grab it in it's mouth to figure out what my camera was.
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Wide Open

I had the camera on the end of a pole for th... by Chris Perkins
Wide Open
I had the camera on the end of a pole for this one. After many failed attempts and near misses, everything aligned - I got the right shark, the right angle, the right camera depth, and the right timing - and I ended up with this beauty.
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Amazing capture! Timing is everything...
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