Hammerhead Shark in Bahama islands
Bengalurean Ajit SN has clicked breathtaking pictures of hammer-head shark in Bahamas. Ajit is a budding diver and underwater photographer specialising in underwater photography.
Last year, Ajit travelled all the way to island country Bahama to get a mesmerising pictures of hammer-head shark. There, he went to Bimini island, the westernmost district of the Bahamas, in which the species is easily found. Aith spent two hours underwater at 15 mts depth.
Ajit said 'Between November to February Sharks congregate near Bimini and it's a peak season for the diving and underwater photopraphy."
Lone Hammerhead Shark
Ajith SN takes close shot of Hammer-head shark in Bimini islands sea
Sharks are 15 to 18 feet in length
Hammerhead sharks are as big as 15 to 18 feet in length.A shoal of fish was seen tailing the fish.
Shark amidst school of fish
Ajith says precautions are very important as these are wild animals and one has to maintain safe distance. One has to follow diving procedures during the shoot.
Finally, the shark swallows its prey. A visual treat to the lens.'These sharks are not aggressive but still they are wild animals and we need to respect them,' says Ajith.
Ajith is his diving gears and camera. He is a resident of Malleshwaram.