Tiger Shark and Keith Grundy, Northern Bahamas

By March 12, 2005January 6th, 2019Bahamas, Sharks, Underwater Photography

We recently spent 8 days on the MV Shearwater in the Northern Bahamas, in search of various species of sharks to swim with and photograph. The most impressive of the ones we encountered were the tiger sharks (Galeocerdo cuvier). They ranged in size from 9 feet to perhaps 14 feet, big enough to be quite intimidating. One large one in particular made a good photo subject as it was willing to approach the divers closely. Here is underwater photographer Keith Grundy being treated to a close look at a 13 foot tiger shark that Shearwater skipper and owner Jim Abernethy named “Emma”:

Tiger shark and photographer Keith Grundy, Galeocerdo cuvier

Tiger shark and photographer Keith Grundy.
Image ID: 10649
Species: Tiger shark, Galeocerdo cuvier
Location: Bahamas

Keywords: tiger shark photo, Keith Grundy, Bahamas, underwater photograph, Caleocerdo cuvier.

About Phil Colla

I am a natural history photographer. I enjoy making compelling images in the ocean, on land, and in the air. I have maintained the Natural History Photography blog since 2005 and my searchable Natural History Photography Library since 1997. Here are some tear sheets and behind the scenes views. Thanks for looking!