Friday, September 30, 2011
We know him as freediver Fred Buyle and enjoyed his company at Isla Guadalupe back in 2009 for a stunning week with our white sharks.
We're pretty sure the work he did with our whites will be featured in his new boook soon to hit store shelves on October 24th called "Les 100 plus belles photos."
We're also pretty sure that this book will become the bar by which all underwater books featuring big charismatic megafauna will be set.
If you're lucky enough to meet Fred you'll also know him as one of the nicest guys in the industry, truly "wɪziwɪɡ," what you see is what you get.
Congratulations Fred on the new book we'll look forward to taking an adventure with you and your team through the pages in the coming weeks.
And you don't have to travel far on Facebook to discover a plethora of shark groups, petitions, posts and pro shark media that have reached millions of potential activists.
Without a doubt one of the main drivers to broad based shark conservation efforts around the globe over the past three years has been Facebook, a revolution for sharks.
Here's a "small sampling" of the Facebook Shark Revolution from groups and sites as small as 1500 members to groups as large as 300,000 plus.
Without Facebook sharks do not have a voice, and the oceans do not have the army of voices, creativity, and focus to effect lasting change for the environment. Kudos.
Stop Shark Finning
Divers For Sharks
Bite Back Shark Conservation
Shark Fin Free Auckland
The Australian Anti Shark Fin Alliance
Stop Eating Sharks Now
Save the Sharks of the Maldives
Save the Sharks
Save our sharks from a bowl of soup
Shark Tsunami U.K
Stop Shark Abuse
Ban Shark Finning USA
Stop Serving Shark Fins in Vegas
Stop Shark Fishing
Support Our Sharks Europe
Protect the Sharks of the Bahamas
And the list goes on, and on, and on...