Common dolphins spread out through the blue ocean water.
Humpback Whales have a strong affinity for Giant Kelp (Macrocystis pyrifera). In this sequence of images, a Humpback is seen playing with some drifting kelp on the surface.
Humpback Whales have a strong affinity for Giant Kelp (Macrocystis pyrifera). Here a Humpback is seen playing with some drifting kelp on the surface and slamming its tail down in the mass.
Using a lens filter allowed this image to be taken at a horizontal angle against the waves to reveal the dolphins within.
Common dolphin in blue water.
A head-on look at 2 Common Dolphins in blue water.
A trio of dolphins. Notice the differences in their beaks and mouths.
Two Common Dolphins in blue water.
Common Dolphins in blue water...one up, one down.
The dolphin on the right appears to be nipping at the pectoral fin of the other.
Surfacing for air on a mirrorlike surface.
Three Common Dolphins.
Image 1 of 3: a gang of dolphins with one upside down.
Image 2 of 3: a gang of dolphins with one upside down.
Image 3 of 3: a gang of dolphins with one upside down.
Portrait of a Common Dolphin in the sun.
Common Dolphins fooling around.
A cadre of four Common Dolphins.
Two dolphins in crystal blue water.
Passengers get a visit from several dolphins.
The long, white pectoral fin of this spouting Humpback can be seen under the water.
The long, white pectoral fin of this spouting Humpback can be seen under the water...and a kelp streamer is draped across its back.
A Parasitic Jaeger (top) is attacking a gull which is carrying a fish.
Rainbow forms in high altitude clouds.