Mother and Baby--Spy Hop with Mt. Baker
On a moody evening in the waters between Victoria and the mainland, a mother orca spy hops before Mt. Baker. To check the view? To look at us?
Orcas in Blue
A mother Orca and her little baby in a world of blues--blue shadows folded into ridges, blue seas, and a fainting blue sky at sunset.
An Orca breaches in the Haro Strait on a beautiful evening, soft blue lights of sunset.
A close pass by an Orca, and a display of the tail. We had amazingly close encounters in the Haro Straits of the San Juan Islands. So moving, exhilarating, beautiful.
Fins and Friends
Three Orcas, including a young male, in bright but filtered light. Haro Strait
Glow of Waters
Two Orcas swim through sunset seas. These are transients with Vancouver Island in the background.
A group of transient Orca whales breath in the beautiful evening in Puget Sound.
Orca and Mt. Baker
A single transient Orca passes Mt. Baker, beautiful in last light and final glow.
Orca Spy Hops with Three Sisters
An Orca rises up to look around in front of the Three Sisters (peaks) in the North Cascades. A fin of another whale, and the flop of a tail, also show this scene of last light in the evening.
An Orca tail flops in front of Mt. Baker in last light and final glow.