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The obvious caption would seem to be “Oh, Shit!” as that likely represents both what the surfer is saying and what he is doing.
Shark says – “Race you, little one”.
Surfer to shark: YOU’RE GOING THE WRONG WAY, YOU’RE GOING TO KILL SOMEONE!
“Little Jonny’s April Fool’s joke may have gone a little too far”
“Oh please let that be a dolphin”
“Damn, another one with a wrapper…”
“I didn’t know there were lawyers in these waters,” the shark thought before fleeing in fear.
Like most of the photos you post, the best caption is ‘Look Mommy! i iz good with teh ph0tsh0p!’
llewelly: Not one of these photos are photo shopped, how dare yo suggest such a thing! They are downloaded from The Internet untouched!
IM IN UR SURF
STEALIN UR WAVES
Holy crap, there’s a human! Danger Danger!!!
Things might have gone badly for the surfer if the shark had not been on a low-carb diet.
Totally tubular!!!11!! Shark is hanging ten.
Google Image Search is one way to identify the photographer when a picture has been reposted without its copyright.
Within the first page of hits you’ll find two copies; the latter of them leads you to the source and copyright:
Caption: The most you will generally get from me is a link to where I found the photograph because, really, I’m not in charge of the internet…
But it is nice to know where it came from (does not obviate that it was faked).
But I am very disappointed to find that it was a dolphin and not a Great White Shark!!!
The mudshark comes to life
The next image is easier to identify.
Photographer’s gallery: http://www.printroom.com/pro/kj
Yea, but, dolphins eat surfers all the time. Little known fact.
“I think I’ll eat a surfer. Just for the halibut”
Hey, can I catch a ride?
“Big Shark Swims Past Surfer”
It looks like a shark to me and not a dolphin. Dolphins tail fins run laterally (probably so they can go up and down with ease as they have to breath air). sharks fins run vertically. Take a look a the photo. Now that said, a strange angle might only make it appear that way
“Natural selection in 3… 2… 1…”
porpoise. Bott or spinner. Horizontal caudal fin, heavy caudal peduncle. But at that roll angle, the forward body shape and appearance of the pectoral and dorsal are very sharklike. Very cool snap.
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