f8, 1/125 sec, ISO 400, 24mm
I spent 2 weeks diving and exploring on the island of Viti Levu, Fiji. One of my main goals was to photograph the bull sharks, up close and personal. Little did I know, that meant he would get his nose print on the front of my camera housing dome. On this particular dive, my brother who accompanied me on the trip “had my back," as I had his. By being back-to-back, no shark could sneak up from behind, as they are prone to do. To make it more dramatic, the remora detached itself, and swam by like a torpedo. My brother and I still talk about our most exciting dive ever.