How close is too close Part II

In part one of “How close is too close” I encountered the fastest fish of our ocean. In part II I encountered the biggest fish of our ocean.

This whaleshark was still a youngster but his mouth was huge (aprox. 1 – 1,5 m wide).

Shot during an assignment on the beautiful Amira in Triton Bay / West Papua with a Canon 1 D Mark III and the Canon 15mm Fisheye

1/60 @ f9 ISO 200

Getting up close and personal with a gentle giant

 

That´s me while taking the shot above. Copyright by my friend Alan Powderham

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