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Humpback keeping it real on its way back home for a feed - Southern migration passing Sydney Australia 2017.
9 months ago
Another shot from my fun with whales last weekend just out of Sydney Harbour! In all the excitement, I actually missed the best breaches with my camera, but as amazing as it would have been to capture it all on film, it was still absolutely magical to see it with my own eyes 👀
If you have been following us for some time you'll probably know by now that I'm a BIG fan of the ocean and ocean life plus you'll know that I try to post about different things to keep our page interesting...so here is another amazing pic for you...
Check out this amazing shot of the end very famous Migaloo, the albino humpback whale 🐋
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📸Via Jenny Dean @whales_orcas
So, this happened today, went whale watching in the South Pacific ocean, just off Sydney where we witnessed a baby humpback swimming on by🐳🐋
Crappy photo due to extreme choppy water, high winds, trying to stand up while holding on for dear life and focusing the camera, I gave up in the end just to enjoy this magical moment🐋💙 This is the best way to see wild animals in their own surroundings!
1 week ago
A bit of late afternoon whale watching. Already spotted 1 adult humpback cruise past.. and a few dolphins around as well #whalewatchingsydney
1 week ago
Darling Harbour 💙
Olhando assim toda (se fazendo de) meiga, ninguém diz que saiu dali igual uma baleia de tanto comer comida vegetariana numa churrascaria 🤔
Falando em baleias 🐋 está abrindo nesse sábado a temporada de visita às baleias ( Humpback whale) que migram nessa época para os oceanos da Austrália 🐋 quem vamos?
Is almost open the season for watch one of the most common whale in the Australian’s oceans, the Humpback are the stars of the annual whale migration! Let’s go?
Know more at @whalewatchingsydney
1 week ago
Ok. We REALLY can’t wait much longer! One of our marine biologist spotted some Humpbacks off Clovelly Beach this morning. The whales are waiting for us! Saturday can’t come quick enough.