Blacktip Reef Sharks Circle in Shallow Water, Tetepare, Solomon Islands
Photo by Robin Moore
"In the early evening, local women on Tetepare were cleaning and gutting fish as they prepared dinner," Robin Moore described. "As they discarded the scraps into the sea, blacktip reef sharks started gathering to feed."
Moore knew that as soon as scraps were thrown into the water, sharks would appear. Wading out into the ocean, he caught his first glimpse of the sharks. "At first, I was so excited by the sight of the sharks, and the incredible evening light, that I didn't even think about the fact that sharks where being whipped into a feeding frenzy around my feet," Moore said. After a moment, he crouched low, capturing the sharks as they fed on the scraps around him.
You can see more of Moore's photography on his website.