Spirit Bear pictures taken on Gribell Island in the Great Bear Rainforest. We waited almost all day before having the opportunity to see one Spirit bear. Spirit bears are a sub species of black bears, existing mainly on three islands in northwestern British Columbia. This bear walked down the stream, just a few feet away…
We were traveling on a sailboat in the Queen Charlotte Islands, Vancouver Island (Haida Gwaii). The shoreline reflection was astounding. It was only after I looked at the picture and saw that it was not only an almost perfect reflection but if one holds a picture sideways, one can see that the shoreline forms a…
This fur seal was jumping in and out of the waves in the Antarctic.
Taken on an ice floe in the Gulf of St. Lawrence near the Magdalen Islands, in early March. This seal pup is about seven or eight days old, just lying on the ice waiting for its mother to come back and feed him.
I took this underwater picture of a young grey whale swimming towards me in the San Ignacio Lagoon on the Pacific side of the Baja Peninsula in Mexico.
A picture of a fellow traveler’s hand touching a whale as it went swimming past.
These grey whales were so close, that one could see their blowhole very clearly.
The start of a grey whale blow, right next to us.
Touching the underside of the young grey whale’s chin.
These whales turn on their side and slap their pectoral fins onto the sea as part of their socializing.