Scalloped hammerheads number into thousands off Darwin Island, Galápagos. These aggregations are legendary and almost nowhere else can you find schools like this outside of the Cocos Range, an underwater mountain chain connecting the Galápagos Islands, Ecuador, the Cocos Islands, and Costa Rica. Shot on a recent expedition to study the undersea range as a whole that culminated in an international protection plan between the two countries. Science and storytelling are a powerful team.
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Dimensions + Editions
8 x 10 Print
|Image||6.33 x 9.5|
|Full-Bleed Frame||9.25 x 11.25|
|Matted Frame||13 x 15|
11 x 14 Print
|Image||9 x 13.5|
|Full-Bleed Frame||12.25 x 15.25|
|Matted Frame||17 x 20|
16 x 20 Print
|Image||12.66 x 19|
|Full-Bleed Frame||17.25 x 21.25|
|Matted Frame||22.5 x 26.5|
Emmy-nominated Director and National Geographic photographer, Andy Mann, has been a forerunner in the world of adventure film and conservation photography for over a decade.