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A few months ago I went cage diving with Great Whites. Seeing these animals up close, makes you realise, they are not the evil killers, they have the reputation for.
This artwork is based on a shot I took from the dive.

This artwork is based on a shot I took, while shark diving in Australia in November.

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animal, animals, australia, contest, danger, dive, diving, gaia, great, jaws, living, planet, popular, scary, sea, shark, sharks, teeth, under, water, white

Comments

  • machandel
    machandelover 6 years ago

    Well, if they were tiny- say as long as my hand- I would probably love them. As big as they are, I´m glad I don´t have to swim together with them.
    Your picture captures the shark as an impressive animal.

  • Wayne Holman
    Wayne Holmanover 6 years ago

    Another great shot of Great White, terrific capture….

  • Mar Silva
    Mar Silvaover 6 years ago

    Wow- how brave. Very cool capture!

  • Eryn Whelan
    Eryn Whelanover 6 years ago

    very brave scarry but brave lol I went swimming with sharks in the Bahamas but I don’t think I would go with great whites

  • Katja Fønss
    Katja Fønssover 6 years ago

    I’m so hooked on it. I wanna do it again. They are such calm beautiful animals.

  • Marcus Grant IPA
    Marcus Grant IPAover 6 years ago

    Stunning capture of one of most misunderstood marine animals

  • Katja Fønss
    Katja Fønssover 6 years ago

    Yep, we agree.
    I can see it might look a bit scarier, than a vending machine, but the fact is vending machines kill more people, than sharks do.

  • Robert Mullner
    Robert Mullnerover 6 years ago

    Awesome capture…most impressive animals are they not…

  • Katja Fønss
    Katja Fønssover 6 years ago

    Oh yes, they are. Thanx for you comment.

  • Atheum
    Atheumabout 6 years ago

    Wow, nice shot, and you’re right. Sharks are perhaps the most amazing creatures on earth. I remember when I wanted to be a marine biologist to study sharks (just a little tyke). I guess I still do, or capture their beauty in artwork. SOS ( Save Our Sharks! )

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