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Great Kielia 2012-02-26 9:31

Hello Paul,
it is nice to see you posting again and even with such a spectacular shot! You managed the situation very well - despite the difficult conditions. The deep blue of the ocean makes this image very attractive. My compliments!
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Old 02-26-2012, 04:59 PM
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After seeing the whales, and the commercialization on attracting tourists to see them close up like this it quickly became my conclusion that these wonderful creatures should be left alone. Of course the whales are trying to communicate with each while up on the surface noisy boat motors interfere. Each baby humpback has her mother and a male escort humpback looking to mate for the following year. With all the concern over protecting the whales livelihood, why do we have to invade them in their world while we ignore the unborn child in our world?
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Old 02-27-2012, 01:24 PM
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I agree to you. The relationship between humans and wild creatures is a delicate matter!
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