December 11, 2015

Northward Migration

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December 11, 2015
Northward Migration

Species: Gray Whale | Location: Big Sur Coastline, USA

A gray whale mother glides beneath her calf as they make their way through the kelp forests of Big Sur. They are on one of the longest annual migrations in the natural world, over 10,000 miles! The cliffs of Big Sur offer a bird's eye view of these amazing animals making their way north to feeding grounds around Alaska.

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About The Photographer

I love the outdoors. The farther out, the better. Nature and wildlife photography is a natural extension of that. God created a beautiful world for us to enjoy and we haven''t completely screwed it up yet! The camera gives me a great excuse to get outside and gives me a whole new way of seeing things that I've looked at a thousand times.
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