Aussie Photographer Sean Scott spends most of his time near the ocean and one can see that there is a true passion in his work, which reflects the sometimes tranquil, sometimes tempestuous ocean and it’s true life force.
A while back, Sean snapped a scene which one cannot replicate, showing the ocean enveloping two sharks, in some sort of battle against the wave’s turbulent force.
The image looks almost frozen in time, the ocean almost icy.
Sean was on a shoot at Red Bluff when he snapped the pair, a rather remote surfing spot which lies roughly 14 hours north of Perth.
Focusing his attention on a school of fish when the dark shapes emerged.
Later on, Sean flew his drone over the area, spotting over 200 sharks in the area.
Like what you see? You can purchase this image on Sean’s online shop.
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