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rhamphotheca:

Photographing Great Whites:  To get different images I have employed a novel technique to suit the situation, and that is to lie on the whale carcass to get low and close to the shark action only meters away. If you like nice smelling things and clean clothes, don’t try this! When the sharks bite into the carcass the cavernous mouths compress air out through their gills and teeth as they crunch down onto the fatty meal. The result is a misty plume of wet ,fatty, salty great white shark spit that covers your face and camera. It’s not pleasant ,I can promise, but I have to say it is still pretty cool…
photo and text: Chris Fallows
(read more: National Geo)

rhamphotheca:

Photographing Great Whites:  To get different images I have employed a novel technique to suit the situation, and that is to lie on the whale carcass to get low and close to the shark action only meters away. If you like nice smelling things and clean clothes, don’t try this! When the sharks bite into the carcass the cavernous mouths compress air out through their gills and teeth as they crunch down onto the fatty meal. The result is a misty plume of wet ,fatty, salty great white shark spit that covers your face and camera. It’s not pleasant ,I can promise, but I have to say it is still pretty cool…

photo and text: Chris Fallows

(read more: National Geo)

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