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Duck Dive | Photograph by Sergey Lukankin (@away81)
“Duck Dive is the name of the technique that allows the surfer to dive into the oncoming wave, and safely get to the line-up,” writes #YourShotPhotographer Sergey Lukankin. “This is the area on the water where the waves start to form, and where the surfers wait for their waves. This picture was taken in Bali, Indonesia.”
“This is a lovely photograph. So soft and so subtle, yet it retains the great sense of adventure. A couple of elements I particularly like, and they are the posture of the girl in the foreground; it has so much style and elegance about it. I also love the sense of scale and depth generated from the other surfer in the background. Well done for capturing the two of them. Sweet shot!” — @natgeo photographer Robbie Shone (@shonephotography)
This photo was selected for our “Wow! What an Adventure!” story, curated by Robbie Shone. To see more, go to the link in our profile.
‘Every year from July to late October southern humpback whales migrate north from their Antarctic feeding grounds to give birth in the warm sheltered waters off Tonga. Ray encountered this humpback mother and calf peacefully floating in the plankton-filled water around the island group of Vava‘u, Tonga.After Ray gently approached them, the giants swam a bit closer to have a look at him.While they made this elegant turn, Ray took the shot. #nature#underwater#humpbackwhales#whales#tonga
Photograph: Ray Chin/Natural History Museum
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// sandbar shark making its way to the surface on a pelagic research dive with @oneoceandiving — Oahu, HI
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#tbt 2010 - Biteface was living up to his moniker once again back when this photo was shot, as evidenced by the bite wound you can see in this shot just below the left corner of his mouth.
Biteface has been one of the most consistent visitors to Guadalupe having been documented at the island at every year, since he was first identified in 2001.
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