A curious Orca giving diver @olly_scholey a very close inspection! | "This encounter is one of the luckiest I have ever had - seeing a killer whale in clear blue water in the open ocean is extremely rare. We didn’t really know how they were going to respond to us, and given they were transient / Biggs killer whales (the type that eat either large fish or marine mammals) we were a tad apprehensive about getting in the water with them..! After the pod had crashed past us at around 10-12kts, this youngster started to really interact with us - an experience I will never forget!! Turn the sound on to hear the beautiful vocalisations the orca was making 🤙" - @olly_scholey
This work was performed under the authorisation no 15-ORAC-19 issued by the government on 07.06.19
Video by: @mullettover
J’espère que vous allez bien, on continue cette série, toujours avec un peu de ‘warm’ , en tout cas n’hésitez pas à laisser vos commentaires !! Conseil pour le Concours Péi très bientôt 📷🤟 ———————————
Reaching forward with open hands, ready for what is next. Extending backward with gratitude, reflecting.
Today, Aksel and I are spending this rainy morning packing up our room in Tofino. First time living and working together. First time being away from home for quite this long. First time spending this much time in the ocean's salty arms, balancing on her waves.
The closing of a cycle. The opening of a new one. Both bound together in the mirror image of each other.
(A special thank you to Fred, who also happens to be embarking on a new journey today. While our time playing together was brief, our friendship feels much older. All the love and best intentions for you).
Take me back, who wanna join?🙆🏻♂️🌊
[Anzeige] Water makes me feel alive...being in water, to feel it on your body is just a great and unique feeling - mind & body seem to flow simultaneously! •Who can relate? 🐟🧜🏼♂️
Swimshorts by @gymshark 🦈