This is one of my favorite images I've taken on a fly fishing vacation yet. It was near the end of the day, and I was starting to get sick from the heat. Our guide was giving us the last push across the shallow flats of the Florida Keys, and all the sudden an endangered juvenile Sawfish swam past the boat. My head was pounding and getting foggy but I managed to jump up and get focused on this pretty little fella. Roughly 4ft long, and oddly white, the juvenile sawfish just cruised past us without a care in the world, and we were mesmerized. It was only later after I recovered and started editing the images that I realized the more you look at this image, the more you see. There are a few shark fins amongst the backdrop of seagrass and mangrove shoots.