CEO Pelagic Fleet | Advisory Board Revillagigedo National Park | Underwater Photographer & Ocean Advocate
They would come around and pull the ray by the tail for a while, then released her, and then the orcas would come back around for another tail slap. This went on for over an hour.
Swimming... feeling like I was part of the gang
One of the orcas approaching the ray to investigate her before the attack
You're my boy blue!
Albatross. I'm actually all bummed out cause I cannot find the original file anywhere and I really like this picture :(
At a top speed of 60mph, the mako shark is the fastest fish in the sea. This was taken in May with @pelagicsafari
Pacific giant manta in Socorro aboard the fantastic @solmarv
A manta glides in front of divers that stare as if hypnotized by her. Socorro, early this year aboard @solmarv
Bottlenose dolphins in San Benedicto aboard @solmarv
Sucuri - Last one of the anaconda throwback trifecta from last year.
Jacaré (cayman). Brazil, 2017. This guy was steadily lying and blending in with the riverbank, which made him hard to spot. I dove in to have a closer look, and even thought he was dead... That's when I went in for an even closer look and he opened his eye and moved it to look straight at me.