The images were taken at Red Bluff on Quobba Station in Western Australia.
I was headed to Red Bluff with my household as I understood there was some huge browse en route. This is a really remote outdoor camping area where the desert fulfills the Indian Ocean.
When I showed up with my household, the first thing I discovered was this big bait ball. I might see from the camp that there were likewise a couple of sharks traveling through the bait fish. I was stuck in between attempting to establish a camp for my household and likewise attempting to catch this incredible minute.
After about thirty minutes of attempting to establish camp, I needed to stop and fly the drone. When I got the drone in the air I was impressed at simply the number of sharks there were. Over 200 bronze whaler sharks eating the bait ball. The browse was pumping and it was incredible to see. I shot the sharks for about one hour when I discovered the baitfish got pushed in really near the coast. I might then see some huge sharks near to the waves. It was then when I chose to land the drone and get my huge video camera and lens to attempt and see if I might get a shot of the sharks from the beach.
The coast break was rather big so the very first wave came and I fired off a test shot to get my direct exposure and focus right. The really next wave rose right on the coast and sure enough, there were 2 huge sharks in excess of 2 meters in the wave. These sharks practically got cleaned onto the beach. I snapped away and wound up with 3 of my preferred shots. I remained and waited on an even more 2 hours and did not see them because of close once again. It was remarkable to see as the browse was likewise excellent and plenty of internet users surfing extremely carefully with no issues.