Alexander Safonov (pats0n) wrote,
Alexander Safonov
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south african baitball team #5


Sailfish hitting baitball, Wild Coast, South Africa



Nikon D300 + Nikkor 12-24mm, strobes Sea&Sea YS-250 x 2

Location on Google Maps

Wikipedia Reference


Sailfish is the most exotic baitball team member. Always at odds with other species, it's possible to film it only during short quiet periods when sharks and dolphins take a break from continuous attacks and leave for few minutes. Sailfish stuns school of sardines with it's big beautiful fin and captures individual fish afterwards with quick precise movements.
Tags: baitball, billfish, sailfish, south africa, week017
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