A few hours after they arrived at the beach, Watson, a professional photographer, made a decision to snap some overheard pictures with his DJI Mavic 2 Pro drone.
A Florida family's summer beach outing was interrupted when a dad said he spotted a shark lurking through the shallow water near his three young children.
"I was like, 'Get out, get out, get out!"
Dan's wife, Sally Watson, explained that she wasn't really sure why she was yelling for the children to come out of the water when she told FOX35: "I was at the edge of the water and the kids were standing in the water and I was like, 'Get out, get out, get out.' I didn't know why".
It shows his wife and kids running it out of the ocean, while the creature has turned to swim towards the deep.
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"If people knew how close they were to sharks on a routine basis, they'd have a different perspective", Naylor said.
"He showed me the frame on the drone and you see that shark swimming right at our kids - it was terrifying".
Many people said they didn't see the shark but had heard there had been one in the water.
'Definitely too close of an encounter for my liking!' Watson wrote.
Volusia County, Fla., which is home to New Smyrna Beach, earned itself the dubious unofficial title of "shark bite capital of the world" in 2017, according to the Daytona Beach News-Ledger.
Dan's Instagram followers certainly echoed his sentiments. He says he hadn't originally planned on bringing the drone to the beach.