Comments 4

  1. Nice timing Ron. When you do whales, can you anticipate before the leap and have your gear setup prior or you have to point your gear every direction and pray something comes out sharp?

  2. Post

    Thanks Dennis – how exciting, you are almost here!

    Thanks Richard. A little of both. Like this one for example wasn’t really moving, but doing fun things with its tail, so I could focus, compose, then wait. When they breach, sometimes there isn’t any warning and those are difficult to capture, but other times the will make repeated leaps in the same area, so it always pays to be ready even if you missed the first one – another breach might follow.

    Jon – over 19 days you have a good chance of seeing better weather then I did!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.