Passing Cloud – Views

Look!

Constance and Tephra sat on the boat rail looking out…

Sea Lions

…and watched sea lions in the surf…

Adult

…some higher on the rocks….

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Females and pups

…the tiny brown blobs are the newborns!

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Look!

Constance sat on the outside compass cover…

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Hump-back

…and saw a Humpback whale’s dorsal fin and blow hole…

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Whale Tale

…and tail…

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Lunge Feeding

…and it’s gaping maw!!!

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Look!

Gráinne stood on the wheelhouse roof…

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Sky

and saw sky, horizon…

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Sun

…trees, sun…

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Mist

…and the Misty Isles!

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Thanks to our favourite photographer for the awesome animal and island pictures!

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Please  click here  to see the website of Outer Shores Expeditions,

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16 thoughts on “Passing Cloud – Views

  1. Our Hittys and humans are…speechless! Such natural beauty…mother Nature is the absolute best designer! Thank you for capturing such great moments and sharing!

    • We agree wholeheartedly, we this whole trip was unforgettable! We were grateful to our favourite photographer and his long-lensed camera for being able to show us some of these views from closer-up than we could normally see them!

  2. finally, I have the time to enjoy all the Hitty’s adventures. viewing them all together is like reading a book, fascinating! The pictures are glorious, you capture the natural beauty and wildness of the sea and islands. Amazing wilderness, thank you for sharing your journey.

    • You are so welcome, I am so glad you could come along and see what we felt so incredibly privileged to see. The Hittys and I felt so lucky to be there in that wonderful place. Tansy has spent several summers there with our favourite photographer, and they were both so pleased to show us their special places!

    • It was pretty awesome! There was so much to see every single day – the crew were so knowledgeable and kind, and the boat so beautiful and comfortable…it was a real adventure and we were all filled to the brim with wonder!

  3. Amen to all the wonderful adjectives used above for the photos…awesome wonders that we live amongst here on Earth. I find I’m having some sweaty palms though, as I view those Hittys posted here and there about the boat. They look so vulnerable to the forces about them. Glad they and you survived the journey just fine.

    • Fear not – Hittys stayed safe below, or in a pocket when wind, weather or waves were at all worrying. We all had a safety drill first thing, and never felt at risk. The Hittys only clambered about the boat under strict supervision with their humans!

    • Thanks very much! We are so lucky to be able to tag along with our favourite Photographer, and so lucky he could share some of his great images with us! I am glad you are enjoying them!

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