Scuba Diving Photos
2013 Photo Contest: 20 Best Whale Photos
Look At Me
I was in Tonga where humpback whales migrate to mate and give birth. That day we found a resting mother and calf. We approached them slowly and silently so that we would not disturb them. The mother didn’t move and just floated there, motionless, with her eyes shut. But as soon as we got close, the baby started swimming around, regularly making eye contact with us. It felt as if it was saying to us, “Look at me, look at me.”
The 2013 Through Your Lens Photo Contest has officially come to an end, and we got some great whale photos in the process! Come check out these amazing shots of whales submitted by our readers.
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