Giant trevally (Caranx ignobilis), with photographer at One Foot Island, Aitutaki, Cook Islands, South Pacific Islands, Pacific
RMR04PYTGiant trevally (Caranx ignobilis), with photographer at One Foot Island, Aitutaki, Cook Islands, South Pacific Islands, Pacific
divers in the tropical waters of the Andaman Sea in Thailand
RF2JN1PK9divers in the tropical waters of the Andaman Sea in Thailand
One free diver is captured swimming alongside the whale. HEART-STOPPING images show free divers holding their breath while snapping each other swimming alongside FORTY TONNE seabeasts. The spectacular underwater pictures show the two humpback whales rolling and weaving through the water alongside their human visitors. Other shots show them facing the camera and striking a series of playful poses. Underwater photographer Gabriel Barathieu (33) managed to get within 16 feet of the whales when they visited the coast of Réunion Island in the Indian Ocean. The 50-foot-long creatures were captured w
RMJ06BKCOne free diver is captured swimming alongside the whale. HEART-STOPPING images show free divers holding their breath while snapping each other swimming alongside FORTY TONNE seabeasts. The spectacular underwater pictures show the two humpback whales rolling and weaving through the water alongside their human visitors. Other shots show them facing the camera and striking a series of playful poses. Underwater photographer Gabriel Barathieu (33) managed to get within 16 feet of the whales when they visited the coast of Réunion Island in the Indian Ocean. The 50-foot-long creatures were captured w
Diver photographing a tiger shark, Tiger Beach, Bahamas.
RF2A144G2Diver photographing a tiger shark, Tiger Beach, Bahamas.
Scuba divers with Hawksbill turtle
RMJ243E7Scuba divers with Hawksbill turtle
One free diver is captured in front of the whale. HEART-STOPPING images show free divers holding their breath while snapping each other swimming alongside FORTY TONNE seabeasts. The spectacular underwater pictures show the two humpback whales rolling and weaving through the water alongside their human visitors. Other shots show them facing the camera and striking a series of playful poses. Underwater photographer Gabriel Barathieu (33) managed to get within 16 feet of the whales when they visited the coast of Réunion Island in the Indian Ocean. The 50-foot-long creatures were captured when the
RMJ06BJMOne free diver is captured in front of the whale. HEART-STOPPING images show free divers holding their breath while snapping each other swimming alongside FORTY TONNE seabeasts. The spectacular underwater pictures show the two humpback whales rolling and weaving through the water alongside their human visitors. Other shots show them facing the camera and striking a series of playful poses. Underwater photographer Gabriel Barathieu (33) managed to get within 16 feet of the whales when they visited the coast of Réunion Island in the Indian Ocean. The 50-foot-long creatures were captured when the
Scuba divers with Hawksbill turtle
RMJ243E1Scuba divers with Hawksbill turtle
One free diver is captured in front of the whale. HEART-STOPPING images show free divers holding their breath while snapping each other swimming alongside FORTY TONNE seabeasts. The spectacular underwater pictures show the two humpback whales rolling and weaving through the water alongside their human visitors. Other shots show them facing the camera and striking a series of playful poses. Underwater photographer Gabriel Barathieu (33) managed to get within 16 feet of the whales when they visited the coast of Réunion Island in the Indian Ocean. The 50-foot-long creatures were captured when the
RMJ06BK8One free diver is captured in front of the whale. HEART-STOPPING images show free divers holding their breath while snapping each other swimming alongside FORTY TONNE seabeasts. The spectacular underwater pictures show the two humpback whales rolling and weaving through the water alongside their human visitors. Other shots show them facing the camera and striking a series of playful poses. Underwater photographer Gabriel Barathieu (33) managed to get within 16 feet of the whales when they visited the coast of Réunion Island in the Indian Ocean. The 50-foot-long creatures were captured when the
One free diver is captured swimming alongside the whale. HEART-STOPPING images show free divers holding their breath while snapping each other swimming alongside FORTY TONNE seabeasts. The spectacular underwater pictures show the two humpback whales rolling and weaving through the water alongside their human visitors. Other shots show them facing the camera and striking a series of playful poses. Underwater photographer Gabriel Barathieu (33) managed to get within 16 feet of the whales when they visited the coast of Réunion Island in the Indian Ocean. The 50-foot-long creatures were captured w
RMJ06BKEOne free diver is captured swimming alongside the whale. HEART-STOPPING images show free divers holding their breath while snapping each other swimming alongside FORTY TONNE seabeasts. The spectacular underwater pictures show the two humpback whales rolling and weaving through the water alongside their human visitors. Other shots show them facing the camera and striking a series of playful poses. Underwater photographer Gabriel Barathieu (33) managed to get within 16 feet of the whales when they visited the coast of Réunion Island in the Indian Ocean. The 50-foot-long creatures were captured w
NORTH KARELIA, RUSSIA:  A pair of divers were flabbergasted to encounter a fame-hungry Beluga. A PHOTO-BOMBING Beluga was RUSSIAN to hog the limelight when it surprised a pair of divers.  The two divers took the plunge 20-foot deep into Russia’s ice cold White Sea, but little did they know one fame-hungry Beluga was going to run ARCTIC-CIRCLES around them. Photographer Andrey Nekrasov (42) and his dive-buddy were delighted to encounter the pair of friendly ten-foot long marine mammals and decided to pose together with them for the shot of a lifetime.  However, as the female cosied-up to Andrey
RMHYAM78NORTH KARELIA, RUSSIA: A pair of divers were flabbergasted to encounter a fame-hungry Beluga. A PHOTO-BOMBING Beluga was RUSSIAN to hog the limelight when it surprised a pair of divers. The two divers took the plunge 20-foot deep into Russia’s ice cold White Sea, but little did they know one fame-hungry Beluga was going to run ARCTIC-CIRCLES around them. Photographer Andrey Nekrasov (42) and his dive-buddy were delighted to encounter the pair of friendly ten-foot long marine mammals and decided to pose together with them for the shot of a lifetime. However, as the female cosied-up to Andrey
NORTH KARELIA, RUSSIA:  A pair of divers were flabbergasted to encounter a fame-hungry Beluga. A PHOTO-BOMBING Beluga was RUSSIAN to hog the limelight when it surprised a pair of divers.  The two divers took the plunge 20-foot deep into Russia’s ice cold White Sea, but little did they know one fame-hungry Beluga was going to run ARCTIC-CIRCLES around them. Photographer Andrey Nekrasov (42) and his dive-buddy were delighted to encounter the pair of friendly ten-foot long marine mammals and decided to pose together with them for the shot of a lifetime.  However, as the female cosied-up to Andrey
RMHYAM70NORTH KARELIA, RUSSIA: A pair of divers were flabbergasted to encounter a fame-hungry Beluga. A PHOTO-BOMBING Beluga was RUSSIAN to hog the limelight when it surprised a pair of divers. The two divers took the plunge 20-foot deep into Russia’s ice cold White Sea, but little did they know one fame-hungry Beluga was going to run ARCTIC-CIRCLES around them. Photographer Andrey Nekrasov (42) and his dive-buddy were delighted to encounter the pair of friendly ten-foot long marine mammals and decided to pose together with them for the shot of a lifetime. However, as the female cosied-up to Andrey
NORTH KARELIA, RUSSIA:  A pair of divers were flabbergasted to encounter a fame-hungry Beluga. A PHOTO-BOMBING Beluga was RUSSIAN to hog the limelight when it surprised a pair of divers.  The two divers took the plunge 20-foot deep into Russia’s ice cold White Sea, but little did they know one fame-hungry Beluga was going to run ARCTIC-CIRCLES around them. Photographer Andrey Nekrasov (42) and his dive-buddy were delighted to encounter the pair of friendly ten-foot long marine mammals and decided to pose together with them for the shot of a lifetime.  However, as the female cosied-up to Andrey
RMHYAM74NORTH KARELIA, RUSSIA: A pair of divers were flabbergasted to encounter a fame-hungry Beluga. A PHOTO-BOMBING Beluga was RUSSIAN to hog the limelight when it surprised a pair of divers. The two divers took the plunge 20-foot deep into Russia’s ice cold White Sea, but little did they know one fame-hungry Beluga was going to run ARCTIC-CIRCLES around them. Photographer Andrey Nekrasov (42) and his dive-buddy were delighted to encounter the pair of friendly ten-foot long marine mammals and decided to pose together with them for the shot of a lifetime. However, as the female cosied-up to Andrey