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Backflip ... by Michel Lamarche

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17.08.2007 at 2:56h
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Humpback whale breach - Plongeon d'une baleine à bosse

Here is an example of a 40 tons "fish" that fly in the air ... imagine the power it takes... (we have to think about it... without contact of your feet on the floor, have you ever tried to get yourself out of the water even at your belly level?)

This should be the last Humpback whale picture (at least, for a while) I will upload. I'm very happy I had the chance to see such rare events as breaching, tail-slapping, flipper-slapping, etc... I have to say that it was maybe the most impressive event I have ever seen in my life. Now, more than ever, I'm convinced of the importance and urgence to take care of our planet and all its living inhabitants, especially the one that are endangered like the humpback whale, the right whale and the arctic bear... We all have an important role and if we act together, we can improve our future. We must not forget that Humans cannot be safe if the biodiversity is not...

To see more take this link:

http://www.findnature.com/faune/rorqual.html



Happy viewing !

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N i N a ² , 17.08.2007 at 15:36h

wonderful wildlife shot, must be an amazing adventure. all my envy and facination is with you :))) nina


Luc Grollie, 17.08.2007 at 18:09h

yeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhh !!!!!!
lucky for us you were always watching the wright way.......lol !!!!
greetz,



Anja Kosubek, 17.08.2007 at 18:27h

Amazing...that rocks!
Greetings



Michael Henderson, 17.08.2007 at 19:12h

Excellent !!!


Geoff Ashton , 17.08.2007 at 19:34h

wow
that must be something you allways will remember
lovly foto too
cheers geoff



Lawson McCulloch, 17.08.2007 at 19:56h

A really excellent shot.
best wishes from Lawson.



Tom McAlexander , 18.08.2007 at 10:49h

Super shot of this most magnificent of animals. May sonar never damage his ears!!!
Aloha
Tom



Maria Porter, 18.08.2007 at 14:03h

Amazing timing, Michael!! Just fantastic!!
Maria



Steffen Schanz, 19.08.2007 at 13:47h

speechless! pure nature


Véronique Soulier, 21.08.2007 at 8:45h

Elle faisait vraiment la belle près de vous.. tes souvenirs doivent être incroyablement émouvants, la photo est superbe, bYE vs


Mr. Saguari, 22.08.2007 at 12:41h

! ! !
Sagi :-)



aw masry , 22.08.2007 at 20:53h

Lovely the ocean !!!!!!
Excellent image one !!
Best regards - aw masry



Marie Sp., 24.08.2007 at 13:42h

excellent timing - whales are simply fascinating - espc in those moments :o)
greets M@rie



Kenny Jazz, 27.08.2007 at 8:49h

sometimes i dont understand philosophy of this owners of ocean. How they fly out from water or how they making unusual sounds. Think that it is peace of mystery when you think about the planet.
Flying jets... it is proubably look like submarines !



Nicola Fry, 14.09.2007 at 21:07h

Amazing, this is my dream to whale watch i cant wait to get out there with my camera, thanks for shareing.

Nicky.



Alfred Spectrum, 26.03.2008 at 1:57h

Absolutely awesome!!
Must have been fantastic to view this.
Greetings,
Alfred.



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