25 Years Of Hardwork To Photograph Epic Whales and Dolphins. Congrats To...

25 Years Of Hardwork To Photograph Epic Whales and Dolphins. Congrats To “Christopher Swann”

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A bright man with a certain option/interest to photograph the dolphins and whales had been working on it for 25 years now. As long as his works were done under and over the sea risking a lot pieces of his life, it’s now the moment where he shows us how the efforts reaped him complete satisfaction out of photoshooting whales and dolphins.

Christopher Swann says, “I love the beauty and perfection of the sea,” Swann told my modern met. “Cetaceans epitomise that, and nothing is more perfect than any cetacean underwater, but whales are really special. To see animals so huge yet so graceful, so at ease and at one with their surroundings, is exquisite.”

Christopher Swann is a British photographer who takes majestic pictures of whales and dolphins

“I have been looking at whales for the last 25 years,” he says. “It is what I do almost every day”

“I love the beauty and perfection of the sea. Cetaceans epitomise that”

“Nothing is more perfect than any cetacean underwater, but whales are really special”

“To see animals so huge yet so graceful, so at ease and at one with their surroundings, is exquisite”

“I have been at sea sailing since I was 17 (40 years ago)”

“I ran whale-watching holidays, first in the Hebrides, and then in the Canary Islands”

“I have spent all that time getting to know many species and how they react, how to get yourself in the right place, etc”

“I would love to be able to devote my time to whale photography”

“Running [whale-watching] trips means…endlessly putting other people in the perfect position for a photo while I can only watch”

“For a few years, I would like to try and take better photos, and that means I must concentrate on that”