And you go diving with these in the water? No thanks, call me chicken but I will rather take my lions as I know they do not climb trees as well as I do. LOL!!
So blue, so beautiful and so amazing. It must be wonderful to be close to a whale.
Wow! I am speechless!! It must have been a great experience!
Wow... That's esquisite!!!Musings at Elephanta CavesDressed up as a Bridesmaid
Wow, that's precious! I've never seen one! Once I saw dolphins, though, and those are graceful animals!God bless you!Cezar
You are some photographer. These belong in National Geographic! Maybe you should submit them? Fantastic shots!
that is inteeense... the colour AND the experience.lucky !~laura
It's so exciting to see whales. Thanks for showing these wonderful close-ups. I've seen a few whales at a distance, and even that was so unbelievably exciting. One was a humpback with her calf.
These are great photos of an amazing experience. We love to whales, which can sometimes be seen swimming by right from the balcony of our condo.
OHHHH! não hesitava.... bora outra vez!
This is the nicest thing I've seen for awhile!! Wow..just stunning captures of this awesome creature! What an intense blue too- Fabulous JM.btw-I'm getting back to normal- thanks! Hopefully be getting something new up shortly. My best, Regina-
Awesome! so cool that you got to see them so close! I saw 5-6 whales the other day off the coast..usually they are so far away you need binos, but these guys were swimming closer than usual. There was at least one humpback, not sure of the others though.
Great pics! I saw some whales in Alaska, but they were not so close. How exciting to be so close to them.
Wow! spectacular shots.
Amazing blue... by the way, how close did you really get?!?
And you were there, right near them!!This must be the greatest pleasure in Creation.
I didn´t visit Península de Valdez yet.It´s great!
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