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11 September 2012 A collection of iconic images taken by the late Ron Taylor, who shot footage for the hit Spielberg movie Jaws, reveals how important these underwater creatures were to him and his devoted wife. The shark expert and pioneering
Ron Taylor Dies at 78; Filmed Sharks for Jaws' Published: September 10, 2012 In 1974 Ron Taylor was building a thriving documentary business filming sharks when he got a call asking if he would like to work on a Steven Spielberg movie called Jaws.
I've been incredibly fortunate,'' the 76-year-old says. ''A lot of people don't realise that it's easier to scuba dive or snorkel than it is to walk. I just think I'm one of the luckiest people around.'' Without doubt, Taylor's defining career moment
In one of the attached photos,the great white sharks which are thought to be the world's most curious type are seen moving just feets away from the daring divers who have nothing more than a wooden stick for their defence.The snap was taken
Intrigued by the movement of these divers swimming in and out of cages 40ft under the water, the 14ft-long great whites even get close enough for intimate mug shots to be taken...Serene: A Great White Shark approaches the camera of diver Amos Nachoum