Hundreds of people congregated on Brighton Beach in Perth to pay tribute to a surfer killed by a great white shark two weeks ago.
Ben Linden, who was 24-years-old, was surfing with a friend four kilometers south of Wedge Island when he was attacked by a shark on July 14.
Surfers had noticed a large great white shark lurking in the area for about four days prior to Ben's death, nicknaming it "Brutus" due to its size.
Linden was the fifth person to be killed by a shark off Australia's southwest coast in the past ten months, prompting calls by the government to remove great whites from the protected species list.
On Sunday, more than 200 people gathered on Brighton Beach to sign a surfboard dedicated to Ben, before about 100 of them paddled offshore to form a circle in the ocean in his memory.