Seeing it on the screen like that? Wow.
The best is all of the people on the pier watching to see if he gets devoured.
Those are amazing. I found myself inexplicably nervous in the photo without the shark. Underwater photos where you don't see something terrifying are much scarier than ones where you know what's looming.
so that thing was right where i surf at blackie's? shite!
And still hungry, I imagine.
I just bought a pound of mako shark at the grocery store.
This feels like an Onion headline.
So, to sum up. A shark swam near this guy and he took a picture of its mouth. Have I got that right?
where is the shark pic?
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That shark's mouth is nasty.
Whatever happened, I'd have a load of shit in my pants if that were me taking the pictures. Correction; I wouldn't be taking pictures, I'd be fleeing.
Open Water is a rather effective use of the idea.
Indeed. That movie was still extremely boring. Good idea though, its a fear that most people can relate too.
yeah, seen that on Surfline, which is one of my favorite sites. Newport Pier down the street from my house. Maybe the shark was lookin to give him a kiss or something ("come here, baby" "get some braces, crooked teeth" "well, if you're going to be insulting then I guess I have no other option than to try to eat you" "fuck off...Im trying to take pictures here" "You will love me")
Apparently the shark was dead. Nice work internet.
that makes the crab i just ate even more delicious!!!
dead, 2-3 ft (not 5-6), and he bought it that morning off a fishing boat and set the whole thing up.
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