A giant ocean sunfish and a free diver perform a blue-water ballet.
With its sail raised, a sailfish preps to attack a school of sardines.
Huge schools of sailfish work in unison to control sardine bait balls.
A whale shark swims near the surface of crystal clear waters to feed on plankton and little tunny eggs that float just below.
Sardines make a quick escape when an opening emerges.
Two sailfish slowly work a tired bait ball, exhausting it before trying to pick off the sardines, one by one.
A sailfish flashes iridescent blue and purple colours, about to dash into the bait ball to feed.
In full display, flashing maximum colour, a sailfish lands back in the water with a sardine in its mouth after fully breaching.
A blue shark travels through shafts of light in the deep blue water.
Sailfish, ambassadors of the high seas, are threatened like so much else in the oceans of the world.
A grey reef shark snared in local fisherman's net.
Fish cluster around a whale shark, using it as shelter from predators.
A large 1000 pound mola mola and April Bencze get to know one another eighty miles off the west coast of British Columbia.
A mola mola, or ocean sunfish, chases a by-the-wind sailor.
A sailfish flashes a fluorescent blue colour as it drives into a large bait ball.
Blacktip reef sharks circle in the waters of Nikumaroro lagoon.
Witnessing the speed of a blue shark off the coast of British Columbia.
A mola mola relaxes at the surface off the coast of British Columbia waiting for seagulls to come and clean off the parasites from its body.
During Autumn, young Pacific Herring gather in a bay to rest from the strong currents at Gods Pocket Resort. This area, off the North end of Vancouver Island has some of the strongest currents in the world, with speeds up to 25 kilometres per hour.
SeaLegacy Expedition 1 on the coast of BC. Exposing the beauty and mismanagement of this coast.