A shared gaze
Sunset with the turtles
Observe and Observed
Jewels of the Ocean
Hello to you.
Oh my Deer
One to fawn over.
Headed to the depths.
Colgate white perhaps?
Out of my element
Warming the tummy
Bust a sharka!
To the surface
A Family Trip
The 20 yard stare
Dance from the Deep
A dolphin and I watch each other.
Taking a rest on the shore.
Off the coast of Maui, a humpback dances for us.
An endangered Hawaiian Monk seal enjoys sunshine on the belly.
Our escorts on a beautiful day.
Hello, Hello, good day to you.
A buck with peach buzz checks out the sites.
A product of a whale and dolphin mating.
A close encounter at Hurricane ridge.
A fawn enjoys a quiet moment on Hurricane Ridge.
In Yellowstone National Park.
On Mt. Rainier
Dare to get closer?
A humpback whale shows tail fluke before diving below.
A less than friendly hippo gives us a warning to stay back.
Where did all the reef sharks go? When this curious female Tiger shark came to visit, all of the others melted quietly away.
Just wandering around.
In Greenlake park, a little one hitchhikes a ride.
The diet of the turtle can give them a tummy ache, so they use the sand baked by the afternoon sun for a pseudo hot water bottle.
A Tiger shark pays us a visit on Ohau.
In a hurry to get somewhere.
A collection of adult and juvenile Orca whales venture in San Juan Islands.
A Hawaiian monk seal examines the surroundings.
Watching me from the side of his eye.
Tiger shark in Oahu
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