“Yellow My annual compilation of my favorite moments recorded with drones all year featuring great white sharks. These include some scenes that were not made public and are included in this list. All recorded from the air, in 4K and along the southern and central coast of California”, explains The Malibu Artist to introduce this video, narrated by himself.
The clip begins by explaining that “10 years ago I never thought it would be possible to record all this from the beach.” Drones have made this possible. And since then he has recorded great white sharks – the great marine predator – in all kinds of conditions, sizes and waters. For this reason, always stick close to the coast and in surf havens like California. That is, in the Pacific Ocean.
These situations clearly include interactions between them, hunting scenes, encounters with surfers, swimmers, kayakers, the way they browse, birds greeting them without doing anything, swimming with dolphins, etc. The climax, of course, is the encounter with a surfer whose duration, reactions, etc. caused him to make several videos. “Most human encounters are with surfers and SUPs, sightings that happen every day,” Ensures. Everything is said without anything happening.
Carlos Guana also takes advantage of the clip to remind himself that he is not a “marine biologist” and encourages everyone to do what he does: “Verify all information from scientific, authoritative and reliable sources.” Thus, he assures that his aim is simply “to use drones and photography to make us aware of the nature around us.”