Whale Day Pictures and Photos
A female humpback whale calf uses her pectoral fin to measure the distance between her and myself to ensure her fluke (tail fin) doesn't come in contact with me when passing by.
Whether you are snorkeling with humpback whales in the Dominican Republic or venturing into the High Arctic in search of narwhals these types of encounters leave us awe-struck. Sharing the water with these incredible animals is a humbling experience and keeps us divers coming back again and again.
A humpback whale playfully blows a stream of fine bubbles, drawing a silver pattern across a seawater canvas in Kona, Hawaii
Photo submissions for next year will open in January 2017, so make sure to check /photocontest for details and updates on the 2017 Through Your Lens Photo Contest!
A typical encounter with a small pod of five false killer Whales (Pseudorca crassidens) off the coast of San Benedicto Island in the Archipelago of Revillagigedo, Mexico.
Sometimes it pays off to take an extra long safety stop. All of the other scuba divers had ascended to the boat when this female humpback came through. I was fortunate enough to have several minutes with her before she ventured back into the blue.
Snorkeling with humpback whales in Tahiti.
A female Humpback whale calf bows after an hour of showing off in front of my camera.