March 5, 2019
All photographs by Sean Scott
Photographer Sean Scott was headed to Crimson Bluff in Western Australia, a distant tenting location the place the desert meets the Indian Ocean, when he noticed an enormous pack of fish congregated close to the shore. Feasting on this bait ball have been about 200 bronze whaler sharks which Scott started to observe together with his drone. As soon as the swarm of fish moved a bit nearer to land he was in a position to spot the sharks with out the help of his elevated digicam, and commenced capturing from his perch on the seashore.
“The shore break was fairly giant so the primary wave got here and I fired off a check shot to get my publicity and focus proper,” explains Scott to Colossal. “The very subsequent wave rose up proper on the shore, and positive sufficient there have been 2 huge sharks in extra of two meters within the wave. I snapped away and ended up with three of my favourite photographs. I stayed and waited for an extra 2 hours and didn’t see them in that shut once more.”
Scott was in a position to seize two locked in a rising wave, caught simply because it was swelling to shore. You possibly can see extra of his aquatic photographs on Instagram. (through PetaPixel)