A ORCA SUNSET PARTY

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This Orca did a back flip

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23 thoughts on “A ORCA SUNSET PARTY

  1. The color of the mountains in the background is interesting here and they seem to showcase the Orca doing the backflip even better … you’ve captured the spray flying off his tail and the spray from the plop of his body into the water … I can almost hear that big splash and it must have rocked the water and your boat bigtime!

      1. I wondered how close the Orcas were – because if they were frolicking out there in the water, I was thinking the force of their bodies slapping onto the surface might be rocking the boat. The mountains in silhouette were beautiful – different shades of brown. Sometimes they appear more grayish/blue when the sun is setting.

      2. the water is always rippling and almost never like a lake,calm. So I wouldn’t be able to tell what waves are what?
        I looked to the west and saw I had only about 1/2 hour of sun left. So thats when I started doing silhouettes!

    1. yes,it was great but because of the mountains to the west the sun disappeared much too soon if you ask me.
      Thats why I always like to end my shoot out in the harbour where Romeo and Juliette live. To the west of them is a low island. So I get the best sunsets from there.

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