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Whale Watching

On my way home from work today I stopped to whale watch.  I have seen many whales on my way to work, and off and on while living here in Southeast Alaska.  153 more words

"I've been staring at the edge of the water..."

It wasn’t long before the place felt like “our island” And on our last few days it was just us. Pete and I and a small team of Spirit of the West staff and helpers. 1,930 more words

Having a Whale of a Time!

I was asked if I could paint some paintings to help celebrate Sea Shepherd’s 40th anniversary.  Internally, I was thinking, YIKES!  What will I paint and will it be good enough??!  225 more words

Art

Whales: the ocean's mysterious giants

Throughout the past couple of months I have visited some museum exhibitions focused on whales and the more I learn, the more fascinated I become with these animals. 601 more words

Conservation

False Bay Whales

Recently I went to South Africa for a wildlife fix and intended to try and get some shots of Whales breaching off the south coast. Hermanus is supposedly the centre of activity for this as the whales gather for breeding and giving birth during September-November each year. 213 more words

Steve Proctor

Whale carcass dug up from Australian beach over shark fears

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

SYDNEY: A massive humpback whale buried on a popular Australian beach after it washed up dead was being exhumed Monday because locals feared its rotting carcass was attracting sharks. 360 more words

Current Affairs

The whale kingdom

Malo le’ le’…again. I promised I would return and I did. I fell in love with the contagious smiles and welcoming embrace of the Kingdom of Tonga last year and I do believe I left a piece of my heart drifting gently through the cerulean waters of this island paradise. 1,087 more words

Reflection