A line of orange barnacles is seen along the ventral grooves of a humpback whale that has rolled over upside down. Havin' fun on a day with calm seas.
Megaptera novaeangliae ventral grooves upside down 2014 06-11 SB Channel-B-003
Eye of the whale. Like some kind of an abstract sculpture, this photograph captures a humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) during the later stages of a feeding using a vertical lunge. The eyeball and ventral grooves in the blubber can be seen. Image 11 below shows this same whale in wide angle format a few milliseconds later in the lunge.