Great White Shark From The Deck [Shark Pictures]

© Karen Celella

Great White Shark From The Deck

Uploaded: October 01, 2010 04:53:43


South Africa cage dive to be with the great white sharks. They were as exciting to watch from the deck of the boat, as they were from inside the cage.

Exif: F Number: 3.8, Exposure Bias Value: 0.00, ExposureTime: 1/320 seconds, Flash: did not fire, auto mode, ISO: 64, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 6.20 mm, Model: PENTAX Optio WS80


Jeff Robinson level-deluxe October 01, 2010

What a great experience Karen - Cool capture!! Jeff #1313398

R. J. Laudenbacher level-classic October 01, 2010

OMG Karen! :) I think I would rather be on the deck of the boat....didn't you see JAWS!!! :) He made mince meat out of that cage! LOL LOL. This is a great shot Karen and your light on it is perfect. What an exciting experience for you. #8940793

Mary Beth Aiello level-classic October 01, 2010

You certainly have guts, Karen. What an amazing capture. Outstanding. #8940809

Karen Celella October 04, 2010

LOL, yes, I saw JAWS many times, Becky! It's funny, but I was more scared about putting my face under water than I was about the sharks. I love being ON the water, but not IN it!
Thank you Jeff, Becky and Mary Beth! #8946042

Kim Andelkovic October 21, 2010

I still can't believe you got in the cage either.....brave this is another brilliant shot Karen, what an experience you had.....lucky lady. :-) #8987134

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