Stephen Frink, a 67-year-old photographer and publisher from Florida is traveling the globe to capture photographs of the world’s largest great white sharks. Recently he descended into the treacherous waters of Australia, South Africa, Guadalupe and Mexico in search of the real-life Jaws.
Mr Frink said that on his trek he encountered a shark that he believed could compete with the largest recorded shark in the world – a six metre shark called ‘Deep Blue’ found in the waters of Mexico.
Protected by a steel cage, he managed to take some unbelievable pictures of Deep Blue’s biggest competitor. Unfortunately, Stephen was unable to measure great white, but believes it could be the true king of the sea.
“People are typically impressed with the predatory power of the great white, more so than any other shark,” Underwater photographer Frink added.
“Great white sharks are notoriously shy. Only lately have we known where and when to find them, reliably.
“They are beautiful. They are majestic. They deserve to live.”