Great Whites of Guadalupe Island
One hundred and fifty miles off the west coast of Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula, lies a small volcanic island that is a haven for great white sharks every fall and winter. With an abundance of California sea lions and elephant seals on the coasts of Guadalupe island, it attracts hundreds of great whites annually. Guadalupe Island outperforms both South Africa and Australia with shark-seeing consistency and conditions. It is home to the best shark viewing, in beautiful, clear blue water with 100 – 150 foot visibility.
The white line on the sides of a great white is similar to a fingerprint on a human, and can positively identify each shark, and there have been nearly 400 sharks identified in the bay.
These images are full of vibrant detail, and printed large format, will make an unforgettable statement for those who visit your home or office.
The One That Got Away- Brooks Falls, Alaska$750.00 – $2,750.00
A Family Tradition$750.00 – $2,750.00
Beach Beauty$750.00 – $2,750.00
Beach Strut$750.00 – $3,850.00
Patiently Waiting- Brooks Falls, Alaska$750.00 – $2,750.00
Kissing Puffins$750.00 – $2,750.00
Flight Of The Puffin$750.00 – $2,750.00