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For more of Mike's work head to his Instagram @mike_korostelev, which has over 29,100 followers. INDIAN OCEAN: PHOTOGRAPHER captures divers freediving with whales and claims they can read people like a book. Images show human scuba divers abstaining from using masks where possible, to deepen the emotional bond between human and whale. One female snorkeler get deeper, but abstains from wearing a wetsuit hood and full scuba gear to appear recognisable to the whale. With the meeting of minds culminating in an epic vertical shot that could be from a movie poster. Underwater photographer and wildlife trip organiser Mike Korostolev (38), from Moscow, Russia, was just 9 feet away from these beautiful sea creatures snapped across the Indian Ocean. mediadrumworld.com/Mike Korostelev/@mike_korostelev
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Wholesome photos show the beauty of human and whale interaction. INDIAN OCEAN: PHOTOGRAPHER captures divers freediving with whales and claims they can read people like a book. Images show human scuba divers abstaining from using masks where possible, to deepen the emotional bond between human and whale. One female snorkeler get deeper, but abstains from wearing a wetsuit hood and full scuba gear to appear recognisable to the whale. With the meeting of minds culminating in an epic vertical shot that could be from a movie poster. Underwater photographer and wildlife trip organiser Mike Korostolev (38), from Moscow, Russia, was just 9 feet away from these beautiful sea creatures snapped across the Indian Ocean. mediadrumworld.com/Mike Korostelev/@mike_korostelev
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Beauty in the eye of the beholder. INDIAN OCEAN: PHOTOGRAPHER captures divers freediving with whales and claims they can read people like a book. Images show human scuba divers abstaining from using masks where possible, to deepen the emotional bond between human and whale. One female snorkeler get deeper, but abstains from wearing a wetsuit hood and full scuba gear to appear recognisable to the whale. With the meeting of minds culminating in an epic vertical shot that could be from a movie poster. Underwater photographer and wildlife trip organiser Mike Korostolev (38), from Moscow, Russia, was just 9 feet away from these beautiful sea creatures snapped across the Indian Ocean. mediadrumworld.com/Mike Korostelev/@mike_korostelev
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The Indian ocean is home to over 10 species of whales, with sperm whales being one of the most common. INDIAN OCEAN: PHOTOGRAPHER captures divers freediving with whales and claims they can read people like a book. Images show human scuba divers abstaining from using masks where possible, to deepen the emotional bond between human and whale. One female snorkeler get deeper, but abstains from wearing a wetsuit hood and full scuba gear to appear recognisable to the whale. With the meeting of minds culminating in an epic vertical shot that could be from a movie poster. Underwater photographer and wildlife trip organiser Mike Korostolev (38), from Moscow, Russia, was just 9 feet away from these beautiful sea creatures snapped across the Indian Ocean. mediadrumworld.com/Mike Korostelev/@mike_korostelev
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Beauty and the beast. INDIAN OCEAN: PHOTOGRAPHER captures divers freediving with whales and claims they can read people like a book. Images show human scuba divers abstaining from using masks where possible, to deepen the emotional bond between human and whale. One female snorkeler get deeper, but abstains from wearing a wetsuit hood and full scuba gear to appear recognisable to the whale. With the meeting of minds culminating in an epic vertical shot that could be from a movie poster. Underwater photographer and wildlife trip organiser Mike Korostolev (38), from Moscow, Russia, was just 9 feet away from these beautiful sea creatures snapped across the Indian Ocean. mediadrumworld.com/Mike Korostelev/@mike_korostelev
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The cinematic meeting of minds and Mike's favourite shot, which could look like something from a film poster. INDIAN OCEAN: PHOTOGRAPHER captures divers freediving with whales and claims they can read people like a book. Images show human scuba divers abstaining from using masks where possible, to deepen the emotional bond between human and whale. One female snorkeler get deeper, but abstains from wearing a wetsuit hood and full scuba gear to appear recognisable to the whale. With the meeting of minds culminating in an epic vertical shot that could be from a movie poster. Underwater photographer and wildlife trip organiser Mike Korostolev (38), from Moscow, Russia, was just 9 feet away from these beautiful sea creatures snapped across the Indian Ocean. mediadrumworld.com/Mike Korostelev/@mike_korostelev
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Sperm whales are the largest toothed predators, but they see humans as their companions. INDIAN OCEAN: PHOTOGRAPHER captures divers freediving with whales and claims they can read people like a book. Images show human scuba divers abstaining from using masks where possible, to deepen the emotional bond between human and whale. One female snorkeler get deeper, but abstains from wearing a wetsuit hood and full scuba gear to appear recognisable to the whale. With the meeting of minds culminating in an epic vertical shot that could be from a movie poster. Underwater photographer and wildlife trip organiser Mike Korostolev (38), from Moscow, Russia, was just 9 feet away from these beautiful sea creatures snapped across the Indian Ocean. mediadrumworld.com/Mike Korostelev/@mike_korostelev
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Sperm whales have the largest brain on earth, which is five times heavier than a human brain. INDIAN OCEAN: PHOTOGRAPHER captures divers freediving with whales and claims they can read people like a book. Images show human scuba divers abstaining from using masks where possible, to deepen the emotional bond between human and whale. One female snorkeler get deeper, but abstains from wearing a wetsuit hood and full scuba gear to appear recognisable to the whale. With the meeting of minds culminating in an epic vertical shot that could be from a movie poster. Underwater photographer and wildlife trip organiser Mike Korostolev (38), from Moscow, Russia, was just 9 feet away from these beautiful sea creatures snapped across the Indian Ocean. mediadrumworld.com/Mike Korostelev/@mike_korostelev
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MEETING OF MINDS - These smart sea creatures have brains that weigh on average 17 lbs. INDIAN OCEAN: PHOTOGRAPHER captures divers freediving with whales and claims they can read people like a book. Images show human scuba divers abstaining from using masks where possible, to deepen the emotional bond between human and whale. One female snorkeler get deeper, but abstains from wearing a wetsuit hood and full scuba gear to appear recognisable to the whale. With the meeting of minds culminating in an epic vertical shot that could be from a movie poster. Underwater photographer and wildlife trip organiser Mike Korostolev (38), from Moscow, Russia, was just 9 feet away from these beautiful sea creatures snapped across the Indian Ocean. mediadrumworld.com/Mike Korostelev/@mike_korostelev

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