Fairweather Breach HW24
This North Pacific humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae kuzira) was part of a group of whales that engaged in cooperative bubble-net feeding for several days.
One morning, this whale breached multiple times, prompting the other whales in the group to breach and pectoral slap for an extended period of time as they ended their social foraging behavior and the whales went their separate ways.
The weather was unusually clear (right after a huge fog bank had passed through), providing a view of the Fairweather Range of mountains in the background, which I take doesn't happen often.
Each print is chopped with my logo. Sizes listed are the dimensions of the printed image in inches (see FAQ for equivalent sizes in centimeters). There is an additional white border around the image to allow for framing. A complete list of image and paper sizes can be found in the FAQ.I wrote more about this experience in the caption for So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish.