Shannon Leah Myers (Shannon Leah Myers) — 31-year-old diver from New Zealand, which is often pleasing to the online audience with their stunning images. The photo of the girl depicted the underwater world in all its glory: coral reefs, unusual algae, striking the stones lying on the bottom and a variety of marine life.
But many suspect her of using photoshop, as it does not believe that the water can be so beautiful! We offer you to look at pictures Shannon Myers and decide whether it's true or not.
New Zealander Shannon Leah Myers currently lives and works in Cairns, Australia.
Girl — diving instructor, but skillfully combines the profession of photography.
Together with his partner, underwater photographer Gabriel Guzman (Gabriel Guzman) Shannon makes unique pictures with sea inhabitants.
In the photos you can see Shannon posing next to the fish-Napoleon, giant Moray eel, a turtle and even a shark.
Your photos she wants to show others how beautiful the underwater world.
In addition, Shannon hopes that through her work people will start to respect the oceans and their inhabitants.
Very pretty lady loves the sea and constantly thanked fate for the fact that she had the opportunity to spend more time underwater instead of on land.
The girl has been diving for over 10 years, but continues to enjoy every dip in the water.
It should be noted that these guys are able to do really cool shots! Many Internet users doubt their authenticity, and I think that here has not done without photoshop.
However, according to Shannon, all the pictures are real! Just "people can't believe what they see", too beautiful!
Some users also excited that Shannon is approaching potentially dangerous creatures!
But the girl says: there is nothing to fear. Between them has long been established a special, unbreakable bond.
Looking at pictures, the impression that marine life really trust Shannon and Gabriel.
It is also obvious that the girl feels around them "like a fish in water." Wait, she's in the water!
Is the ocean really that good?
Below you can see some more compelling images of the underwater world!