Todd Bretl
  • <a href="http://www.toddbretl.com/" target="external">Todd Bretl</a> specializes in underwater photography, and is able to capture striking photos of aquatic life big and small. His photos of sharks are particularly striking; though he rarely faces hostility from the animals, he tries not to spend too much time looking through his viewfinder and many shots are framed by educated guesses and impeccable timing. What follows are photographs taken over the past several years on trips to the Bahamas and Isla Guadalupe, an island off the coast of the Baja California peninsula in Mexico.
    Todd Bretl
  • Lemon shark, Bahamas, 2012.
    Todd Bretl
  • Great White Shark, Isla Guadeloupe, 2012.
    Todd Bretl
  • Great White Shark, Isla Guadalupe, 2012.
    Todd Bretl
  • Great White Shark, Isla Guadalupe, 2012.
    Todd Bretl
  • Caribbean reef shark, Bahamas.
    Todd Bretl
  • Great White shark, Isla Guadalupe.
    Todd Bretl
  • Great White shark, Isla Guadalupe.
    Todd Bretl
  • Caribbean reef shark, Bahamas.
    Todd Bretl
  • Great White shark, Isla Guadalupe.
    Todd Bretl
  • Great White Shark, Isla Guadalupe, 2012.
    Todd Bretl
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