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WHALE SHARK and Snorkeller - mouth open feeding. 60ft long Featured Shark Print

WHALE SHARK and Snorkeller - mouth open feeding. 60ft long

VT-6318
WHALE SHARK and Snorkeller - mouth open feeding. 60ft long.
Australia - Worldwide. North West coast Australia. Ningaloo Marine Park.
Rhincodon typus
Very unusual for diver to be so close with mouth open. Distribution: found in tropical warm oceans and seas, worldwide.
Valerie & Ron Taylor
Please note that prints are for personal display purposed only and may not be reproduced in any way

© Ron & Valerie Taylor/ardea.com

Waianapanapa Sunrise Featured Shark Print

Waianapanapa Sunrise

The Road to Hana is an amazing and probably Maui's most popular drive. One of the must stops on the way is the black sand beach. The water is cold, treacherous and shark infested. Waianapanapa State Park boasts a black sand beach thata??s simply unparalleled on the island of Maui, or anywhere else for that matter. Ita??s nestled in a private cove, the pitch black granules glisten, dark and mysterious a?? there is something about it that draws people here. Created long, long ago by the rough surf pounding on a fresh, bubbling lava flow, courtesy of Haleakala. It took a millennia or more to be ground down into a beach. The beauty of the turquoise coastal beaches of Hawaii are almost indistinguishable from those of the Bahamas, French Polynesia, Malau, Hawaii, Cancun, Costa Rica, Florida, Maldives, Cuba, Fiji, Bora Bora, Puerto Rico, Honduras, Navagio Beach, Shipwreck Beach, Smugglers Cove, Zakynthos, Ionian Islands, or other tropical vacation travel destinations

© Matt Anderson Photography

Oceanic Australian culture - Polynesian objects, chromolithograph, published in 1897 Featured Shark Print

Oceanic Australian culture - Polynesian objects, chromolithograph, published in 1897

Oceanic Australian culture - Polynesian culture objects: 1) Lance (Fiji Islands); 2) Feather dance scepter (Hawaii); 3 + 19) Shark harpoons (Gilbert Islands); 4) Fan (Hawaii); 5) Dance cap (Hervey Archipelago); 6 - 7) Fether helmet (Hawaii); 8) Cult stick (Hervey Archipelago); 9) Feather - head ring (Hawaii); 10) Warrior jewelry (Tahiti); 11) Idol (Tahiti); 12) Club (Santa Cruz); 13) Tapa cloth (Tonga); 14) Feather coat (Hawaii); 15 - 17) Feather masks; 18) Water bottle (Fiji Islands); 20) Club (New Zealand). Chromolithograph after a drawing by Gustav Mutzel (German painter, 1839 - 1893), published in 1897