Kaikora, Whale ahoy

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  1. PaulStat

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    Enjoy :)

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    lucky capture, well done.....:thumbup: where abouts was this?
     
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    Brings back memories of my visit. excellent :wink: :wink:

    Don't ya just end up with thousands of tail pictures :er: :er: fun tho'
    Thanks for posting you've made me want to re-look at some of mine and ignore my jetlag.. :D :D
     
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    Just made a slight crop which I think is slightly better, Archangel this is Kaikora South Island NZ

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    2nd crop any better?
     
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    cant tell the difference
     
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    Cool shot! And it's true, anyone who's gone whale watching ends up with a bunch of 'tail shots'. (Or fluke shots, no pun intended!) It's nice that you got the pretty mountains in the background. What kind of whale was it, do you know? It's a fairly short tail.
     
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    It was a sperm whale
     
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    look closer, i've chopped out a chunk of the sea at the top :)
     

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