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I got to see for myself the world famous Off-Shore Bottlenose Dolphin “Patches”. Not as great as @dalefrink ‘s beautiful capture, but I was thrilled to try! Patches was spotted first #this morning on board the Ocean Explorer @newportwhales. #patchesthedolphin #whalewatching #newportcoast #daveyslockerwhalewatching #offshorebottlenosedolphins #californiacoast #itsamazingoutthere #wildlifephotography #wildlife_seekers #nikonphotography #nikonistas

I got to see for myself the world famous Off-Shore Bottlenose Dolphin “Patches”. Not as great as @dalefrink ‘s beautiful capture, but I was thrilled to try! Patches was spotted first #this morning on board the Ocean Explorer @newportwhales. #patchesthedolphin #whalewatching #newportcoast #daveyslockerwhalewatching #offshorebottlenosedolphins #californiacoast #itsamazingoutthere #wildlifephotography #wildlife_seekers #nikonphotography #nikonistas

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The one thing that you have that nobody else has is you.
Your voice, your mind, your story, your vision.
So write and draw and build and play and dance and live as only you can.
#sydney #operahouse #australia #dayoff #whalewatching #sunnyday #winter #cruise #ocean #newlife #aroundtheworld #travelgram #instatravel #smile #enjoylife #passport #viaggiare #weareitaliantravellers #traveller #travelling #nikon #nikonitalia

The one thing that you have that nobody else has is you. Your voice, your mind, your story, your vision. So write and draw and build and play and dance and live as only you can. #sydney #operahouse #australia #dayoff #whalewatching #sunnyday #winter #cruise #ocean #newlife #aroundtheworld #travelgram #instatravel #smile #enjoylife #passport #viaggiare #weareitaliantravellers #traveller #travelling #nikon #nikonitalia

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My wonderful boss treated all of us front desk girls to a day of whale watching today and we all looked a little like yellow Marshmellow’s ❤️ #yearofmads -
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#workfam #newleafwellness #pnw #pacificnorthwest #whiterock #whalewatching #explore #adventure #mygirls #nature #explorebc

My wonderful boss treated all of us front desk girls to a day of whale watching today and we all looked a little like yellow Marshmellow’s ❤️ #yearofmads - - - - #workfam #newleafwellness #pnw #pacificnorthwest #whiterock #whalewatching #explore #adventure #mygirls #nature #explorebc

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Whale watching #whale #whalewatching #whaleone

Whale watching #whale #whalewatching #whaleone

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Because who doesn’t like snuggling super soft pillows that happen to be a whale.
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#winnipeg #toronto #ottawa #montreal #calgary #edmonton #vancouver #yaletown #richmondbc #kelowna #abbotsford #duncan #whale #whales #orca #momlife #newbrunswick #labrador #newfoundland #novascotia #instafun #instalove #instagood #couchpotato #whalewatching #dreambig #smile

Because who doesn’t like snuggling super soft pillows that happen to be a whale. 🖤🐳🖤🐳🖤 Wendi Whale Couch Pillows • • • • • • • • • • • #winnipeg #toronto #ottawa #montreal #calgary #edmonton #vancouver #yaletown #richmondbc #kelowna #abbotsford #duncan #whale #whales #orca #momlife #newbrunswick #labrador #newfoundland #novascotia #instafun #instalove #instagood #couchpotato #whalewatching #dreambig #smile

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Cruising at 4 Whale watching with mommy🐳🐋🐬💕

Cruising at 4 Whale watching with mommy🐳🐋🐬💕

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One of our customers sent these photos through of some Humpback whales that got up close and personal with them whilst out enjoying a day on the water in Broome.
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#boatingwest #boathire #broome #whalewatching #humpbackwhales #whaletails #kimberley #justanotherdayinwa

One of our customers sent these photos through of some Humpback whales that got up close and personal with them whilst out enjoying a day on the water in Broome. . . . . #boatingwest #boathire #broome #whalewatching #humpbackwhales #whaletails #kimberley #justanotherdayinwa

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One of the many Humpback whale breaches while on our vacation to Alaska! #alaska #humpbackwhale #gustavus #whalewatching #whalesofinstagram

One of the many Humpback whale breaches while on our vacation to Alaska! #alaska #humpbackwhale #gustavus #whalewatching #whalesofinstagram

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When your whale watching turns into a water ride😵💦 Would you hop on this boat??.... Tag a friend who you would see this with👇🏻🐋 🎥 @discoversharks #whale #whalewatching #splash #splashzone #fun #epic #ocean

When your whale watching turns into a water ride😵💦 Would you hop on this boat??.... Tag a friend who you would see this with👇🏻🐋 🎥 @discoversharks #whale #whalewatching #splash #splashzone #fun #epic #ocean

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Humpback whales, thank you for chilling with our family all morning. We were only able to ID a couple of you that joined us, but we're okay with that.
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#BCY0729 #argonaut #telegraphcove #stubbsisland #vancouverisland #northisland #whalewatching #choosescience #inspirehermind @stubbsislandwhalewatching @mersociety

Humpback whales, thank you for chilling with our family all morning. We were only able to ID a couple of you that joined us, but we're okay with that. . #BCY0729 #argonaut #telegraphcove #stubbsisland #vancouverisland #northisland #whalewatching #choosescience #inspirehermind @stubbsislandwhalewatching @mersociety

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Our whale watch picked up a balloon from the ocean and they do it every time they see garbage in the ocean 👍 #whalewatching #ocean #noplastic #savetheplanet #cleantheocean #respect #sandiegowhalewatch @sandiegowhalewatch

Our whale watch picked up a balloon from the ocean and they do it every time they see garbage in the ocean 👍 #whalewatching #ocean #noplastic #savetheplanet #cleantheocean #respect #sandiegowhalewatch @sandiegowhalewatch

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Saw a blue whale (!!!)and common dolphins- what a surprise and rare sighting!
Great day out on the water with @newportwhales.
📸:@thechaseison
#newport #daveyslocker #whalewatching

Saw a blue whale (!!!)and common dolphins- what a surprise and rare sighting! Great day out on the water with @newportwhales. 📸:@thechaseison #newport #daveyslocker #whalewatching

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I’d say it was a pretty successful vacation and pretty awesome summer! Sadly, I didn’t see any Sasquatches though. 🏔#seattle #washingtonstate #spaceneedle #mountrainier #nationalpark #waterfall #mountain #adventure #whalewatching #humpbackwhale

I’d say it was a pretty successful vacation and pretty awesome summer! Sadly, I didn’t see any Sasquatches though. 🏔#seattle #washingtonstate #spaceneedle #mountrainier #nationalpark #waterfall #mountain #adventure #whalewatching #humpbackwhale

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神“🐋”甩尾 part II #nzroadtrip #kaikuora #whalewatching #whaletail

神“🐋”甩尾 part II #nzroadtrip #kaikuora #whalewatching #whaletail

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Had a great #family beach day @seal_beach today! We saw a #whale really close to the shore... hoping it's okay. .
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Had a great #family beach day @seal_beach today! We saw a #whale really close to the shore... hoping it's okay. . . .

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Discover Iceland’s Skjálfandi Bay with our local partner @northsailing on board their all-electric vessel, Andvari. Sip on hot chocolate while you silently glide alongside Minke and Humpback whales, learn about local marine life, and have an epic day with zero carbon footprint. #lokalstory

Discover Iceland’s Skjálfandi Bay with our local partner @northsailing on board their all-electric vessel, Andvari. Sip on hot chocolate while you silently glide alongside Minke and Humpback whales, learn about local marine life, and have an epic day with zero carbon footprint. #lokalstory

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Whale watching with some dolphins thrown into the mix. #whalewatching #dolphin #barharbor

Whale watching with some dolphins thrown into the mix. #whalewatching #dolphin #barharbor

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Birds in flight... spent a weekend on the waters at Monterey, these guys were a treat to watch along with the whales of course..
#birds #wildlifephotography #travelandleisure #natgeomyshot  #ig_shotz #igsf #whalewatching #pelicans #foggyday #hubs_united #lonely_planet #mthr_world

Birds in flight... spent a weekend on the waters at Monterey, these guys were a treat to watch along with the whales of course.. #birds #wildlifephotography #travelandleisure #natgeomyshot #ig_shotz #igsf #whalewatching #pelicans #foggyday #hubs_united #lonely_planet #mthr_world

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Whale watching and beach clean up for sea Shepard with my love @kyliecheesle . #whales #whalewatching #savethewhales #seashepherd

Whale watching and beach clean up for sea Shepard with my love @kyliecheesle . #whales #whalewatching #savethewhales #seashepherd

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I can feel the breeze and smell the salty air...missing this time #whalewatching with these two on the Alaskan coast. #alaskandog #oceanviews #lowtide #metlaketla

I can feel the breeze and smell the salty air...missing this time #whalewatching with these two on the Alaskan coast. #alaskandog #oceanviews #lowtide #metlaketla

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#nikonD5 #nikon200mmlense

be a rainbow in someone else’s cloud • • #nikonD5 #nikon200mmlense

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Can finally die happy having lived my childhood dream of having a close encounter with an orca in the wild.... followed the pod for a few hours & managed to tape a few highlights. Also got lucky with a pod of white sided dolphins the day before! 🐬 huge thanks to my dad, think you made me the happiest girl in the world this weekend!!!! #whalewatching #johnstonestrait #telegraphcove #familyboattrip #daddysgirl

Can finally die happy having lived my childhood dream of having a close encounter with an orca in the wild.... followed the pod for a few hours & managed to tape a few highlights. Also got lucky with a pod of white sided dolphins the day before! 🐬 huge thanks to my dad, think you made me the happiest girl in the world this weekend!!!! #whalewatching #johnstonestrait #telegraphcove #familyboattrip #daddysgirl

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Time is now to too book in to experience these incredible creatures. We’re so lucky to have them #whalewatching 🐋

Time is now to too book in to experience these incredible creatures. We’re so lucky to have them #whalewatching 🐋

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Fomos fazer snorkel e ver baleias 🐳 #whalewatching #panama #bocachica #familyexpedition

Fomos fazer snorkel e ver baleias 🐳 #whalewatching #panama #bocachica #familyexpedition

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Humpback Whale, Kenai Fyords National Park, Alaska
#kenaifjords #alaska  #humpback #whale #naturephotography #whalewatching

Humpback Whale, Kenai Fyords National Park, Alaska #kenaifjords #alaska #humpback #whale #naturephotography #whalewatching

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Humpback Whale, Kenai Fyords National Park, Alaska
#kenaifjords #alaska #whalewatching #whaletale #humpback #naturephotography

Humpback Whale, Kenai Fyords National Park, Alaska #kenaifjords #alaska #whalewatching #whaletale #humpback #naturephotography

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I have a complicated relationship with humpback whales. This one tried its hardest to convince me they’re awesome. What do you think?

I have a complicated relationship with humpback whales. This one tried its hardest to convince me they’re awesome. What do you think?

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Today has been amazing! To see a pod of orcas getting its feed on and a grey whale was outstanding #whalewatching #orca #greywhale #washington

Today has been amazing! To see a pod of orcas getting its feed on and a grey whale was outstanding #whalewatching #orca #greywhale #washington

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A quick few shots from today with J pod of our Southern Resident Killer Whales off #Sooke #bc #juandefucastrait
www.SookeWhaleWatching.com
#westcoast #whalewatching #vancouverisland #wildandfree

A quick few shots from today with J pod of our Southern Resident Killer Whales off #Sooke #bc #juandefucastrait www.SookeWhaleWatching.com #westcoast #whalewatching #vancouverisland #wildandfree

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🐋 👀 #whalewatching #Sydney #nofilter

🐋 👀 #whalewatching #Sydney #nofilter

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Whale watching. 🐋 #whalewatching #deceptionpassstatepark #familyvacation2018

Whale watching. 🐋 #whalewatching #deceptionpassstatepark #familyvacation2018

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Up close and personal! No cropping on this image; they were really thar close!!! @chasedekkerphotography  was our naturaliat, and he was outstanding!!! #whalewatching #mosslanding #monterey #montereybay #sanctuarycruises #marinemammels #marinephotography #calfornia #pacificocean #touristinmyownstate #humpback #humpbackwhale

Up close and personal! No cropping on this image; they were really thar close!!! @chasedekkerphotography was our naturaliat, and he was outstanding!!! #whalewatching #mosslanding #monterey #montereybay #sanctuarycruises #marinemammels #marinephotography #calfornia #pacificocean #touristinmyownstate #humpback #humpbackwhale

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#whalewatching #seashepherd

#whalewatching #seashepherd

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#wildaboutwhales part 3/3:
Keeping and increasing our whale population is of utmost importance to keep our whole planet healthy and fit for HUMAN and other terrestrial life.  Indeed, whales are playing a crucial role maintaining our oceans’ ability to absorb carbon emissions, thus mitigating climate change. They also keep the population of other Marine life healthy. Less whales means less fish to eat and less plankton to absorb carbon dioxide out of our atmosphere.  When the whale population was at its peak before human intervention, it is believed they were responsible to remove tens of millions of tonnes of carbon from the atmosphere. So..How come? .
Whales facilitate carbon absorption in two ways:  1) their movements, especially when diving, push nutrients from the bottom of the ocean to the surface, where they feed the phytoplankton and other marine flora that suck in carbon, as well as fish and other smaller animals. 2) By producing fecal plumes (whale poo!). The whale decal plums introduce nutrients that create marine plants which in turn use photosynthesis and absorbs carbon. This effect is known as the “whale pump” and yes, is of utmost importance. 
It’s also important to remember that in our world, absolutely nothing we do occurs in isolation. If you are interested in going further, read about trophic cascades. Indeed, the more whales, the more plankton there is, the more carbon is drawn out of the air. Whales do change the climate. Whales are one of the answer to our changing climate. We must protect and support their population growth, for our own sake if not just for the sheer joy of having them around…
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#whale #whales #protectwhatyoulove #ocean #oceanlover #oceanlife #noplanetb #plasticfreeoceans #protectbiodiversity #cityofsydney #australia #whalemigration @gowhalewatching #whalewatching #sydneyharbour #grateful

#wildaboutwhales part 3/3: Keeping and increasing our whale population is of utmost importance to keep our whole planet healthy and fit for HUMAN and other terrestrial life. Indeed, whales are playing a crucial role maintaining our oceans’ ability to absorb carbon emissions, thus mitigating climate change. They also keep the population of other Marine life healthy. Less whales means less fish to eat and less plankton to absorb carbon dioxide out of our atmosphere. When the whale population was at its peak before human intervention, it is believed they were responsible to remove tens of millions of tonnes of carbon from the atmosphere. So..How come? . Whales facilitate carbon absorption in two ways: 1) their movements, especially when diving, push nutrients from the bottom of the ocean to the surface, where they feed the phytoplankton and other marine flora that suck in carbon, as well as fish and other smaller animals. 2) By producing fecal plumes (whale poo!). The whale decal plums introduce nutrients that create marine plants which in turn use photosynthesis and absorbs carbon. This effect is known as the “whale pump” and yes, is of utmost importance. It’s also important to remember that in our world, absolutely nothing we do occurs in isolation. If you are interested in going further, read about trophic cascades. Indeed, the more whales, the more plankton there is, the more carbon is drawn out of the air. Whales do change the climate. Whales are one of the answer to our changing climate. We must protect and support their population growth, for our own sake if not just for the sheer joy of having them around… . . . . . #whale #whales #protectwhatyoulove #ocean #oceanlover #oceanlife #noplanetb #plasticfreeoceans #protectbiodiversity #cityofsydney #australia #whalemigration @gowhalewatching #whalewatching #sydneyharbour #grateful

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#wildaboutwhales part 2/3:
After having been decimated during the Australian  whaling era in the 18th ad 19th century, the whale population in the Australian waters slowly started to recover. To give you an idea of the scale of the killing an estimated 8,300 humpback whales were killed on the east coast between 1949 and 1962. Thankfully,  in the 20th Century laws were passed to protect a number of the species. From 1962 onwards, NSW gradually transformed an industry based on destruction to an economy of education: Cape Byron was the last of the state’s whaling stations to close but is now one of the state’s most important whale watching sites.  All commercial whaling in Australia ended in 1978 with the closure of the Cheynes Beach Whaling Company, in Western Australia.
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In 1979, Australia adopted an anti-whaling policy, permanently ending whaling in Australian waters. It is estimated that from 200 to 500 Humpbacks left in 1962 (the current east coast population may have grown to be around 8,000 animals)
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Since that time, Australia has been working towards the international protection and conservation of whales. However, the conservation efforts are challenged by the continuous breach of the international agreed laws by the Japanese' so called

#wildaboutwhales part 2/3: After having been decimated during the Australian whaling era in the 18th ad 19th century, the whale population in the Australian waters slowly started to recover. To give you an idea of the scale of the killing an estimated 8,300 humpback whales were killed on the east coast between 1949 and 1962. Thankfully, in the 20th Century laws were passed to protect a number of the species. From 1962 onwards, NSW gradually transformed an industry based on destruction to an economy of education: Cape Byron was the last of the state’s whaling stations to close but is now one of the state’s most important whale watching sites. All commercial whaling in Australia ended in 1978 with the closure of the Cheynes Beach Whaling Company, in Western Australia. . In 1979, Australia adopted an anti-whaling policy, permanently ending whaling in Australian waters. It is estimated that from 200 to 500 Humpbacks left in 1962 (the current east coast population may have grown to be around 8,000 animals) . Since that time, Australia has been working towards the international protection and conservation of whales. However, the conservation efforts are challenged by the continuous breach of the international agreed laws by the Japanese' so called "scientific research" whale killing boats and the outdated Icelandic tradition whaling in Iceland. The refusal from the International Whaling Commission members to enforce those laws and invoke sanctions leaves no choice to have the dirty work to protect whales in the field be done by the lone brave organisation @seashepherd backed up by their donors and dedicated volunteers. . . . . . #whale #whales #protectwhatyoulove #ocean #oceanlover #oceanlife #noplanetb #plasticfreeoceans #protectbiodiversity #cityofsydney #australia #whalemigration @gowhalewatching #whalewatching #sydneyharbour #grateful #protectwhales

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#wildaboutwhales part 1/3:
Did you know? : Humpback whales create tunes and sing them in a loop all over again for hours on end, a bit like when you can't get enough of the latest track in your playlist... They produce sounds and songs that can be heard many kilometres away as the water carries sounds very well, much better and farther than air. In fact whales that are very far apart can be heard creating the same sounds together in unison and will change their songs in harmony with other whales. Our beloved whales faced many challenges before this day and still have many challenges to overcome.  Illegal hunting through law loopholes exploitation by Japan, Norway and Iceland, Cargo ships deafening noises, seismic testings, increasing chemical and plastic pollution and other human activities disrupting their natural behaviour if not directly harming them are all a permanent threat.
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This beautiful creature on the photo was not far off the cost  at #sydneyharbour with her pod when she started tail slapping. That day, we spotted about 7 individuals with  at least one calf and the following pictures in this 3 post series were taken on the same day. Every year, we are extremely blessed in Sydney to witness these gentle giants passing by just by peering out our windows. If you love whales and believe they deserve a safe and healthy home just like you, you can help by fighting plastic pollution in your life and beyond and supporting organisations such as @seashepherd and Northern Beaches' @iving_ocean research and education.  Need inspiration to take action? I recommend if you can to go out there and feel the sentience of those beings for yourself in the wild, @sonicseafilm is a good doco on ocean noice pollution,

#wildaboutwhales part 1/3: Did you know? : Humpback whales create tunes and sing them in a loop all over again for hours on end, a bit like when you can't get enough of the latest track in your playlist... They produce sounds and songs that can be heard many kilometres away as the water carries sounds very well, much better and farther than air. In fact whales that are very far apart can be heard creating the same sounds together in unison and will change their songs in harmony with other whales. Our beloved whales faced many challenges before this day and still have many challenges to overcome. Illegal hunting through law loopholes exploitation by Japan, Norway and Iceland, Cargo ships deafening noises, seismic testings, increasing chemical and plastic pollution and other human activities disrupting their natural behaviour if not directly harming them are all a permanent threat. . This beautiful creature on the photo was not far off the cost at #sydneyharbour with her pod when she started tail slapping. That day, we spotted about 7 individuals with at least one calf and the following pictures in this 3 post series were taken on the same day. Every year, we are extremely blessed in Sydney to witness these gentle giants passing by just by peering out our windows. If you love whales and believe they deserve a safe and healthy home just like you, you can help by fighting plastic pollution in your life and beyond and supporting organisations such as @seashepherd and Northern Beaches' @iving_ocean research and education. Need inspiration to take action? I recommend if you can to go out there and feel the sentience of those beings for yourself in the wild, @sonicseafilm is a good doco on ocean noice pollution, "A Plastic Ocean" (available on Netflix) is also great to fathom the enormous threat of our love story with plastic. . . . . . #whale #whales #protectwhatyoulove #ocean #oceanlover #oceanlife #noplanetb #plasticfreeoceans #protectbiodiversity #cityofsydney #australia #whalemigration @gowhalewatching #whalewatching #sydneyharbour #grateful

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Elainey and I on a boat for some whale-watching.  We got to see a bunch of dolphins, some seals, and a juvenile humpback.  California is gorgeous.

Elainey and I on a boat for some whale-watching. We got to see a bunch of dolphins, some seals, and a juvenile humpback. California is gorgeous.

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