February 26, 2008

Whale Watching

Whale watching is a popular pastime in Palos Verdes. Folks watch from Point Vicente or even pursue the migrating whales from boats. A census is maintained of numbers of whales spotted.

I snapped a couple of pictures of whales as they surfaced but from a distance they just look like bumps in the waves, unless you are lucky enough to catch the water spout like I did in last year's photo.

I wonder what the whales think of all this attention?

Copyright 2008

(The photo above had an unrecognizable whale in the middle. I drew in this guy using my touchpad and Photoshop.)

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