Today has been, I think the best day of the year so far, amazing and magical, the sun had an intense orange color, invited to the reflection,... Happy with a essay book, the sun and the sea. I really like this part of the Kent Coast, it brings me many memories, always very nice, was very good at 9pm. When the sunset got into the sea, I found the most special time of the day, the calm, and the peace of the sea, even some artist drawing with watercolors so stunning landscape, that nature has given me today.. Even some underwater archaeologists took advantage of low tide and calm to dig for a wreck that sank on these coasts a few centuries ago. Just a complete day. 😍 @instagram. #instagram . #kentcoast . #Whitstable . #underwater . #sea . #seasalt . #wreck . #underwaterarchaelogists . #sunset . #niceday . #Sunday . #boatlife . #watercolors . #artists . #books .
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The endangered leopard shark (Stegastoma fasciatum) swimming in the shallow waters of Ningaloo Reef. I always feel incrediblely blessed everytime I have opportunity to photograph these beautiful sharks. #leopardshark#zebrashark .
Photo taken onboard @ningaloomarineinteractions
Shooting with @aquatech_imagingsolutions
Original post: @alexkyddphoto
Via @diveeasy #DiveEasy
Taking on the new week with clarity and a whole lot of heart 🏹
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*”In a lifetime beneath the waves, there have been a handful of moments that are truly indescribable. Perhaps the most memorable was when an 80 foot-long blue whale approached me off the coast of the Azores while on assignment for @Sea_Legacy. The encounter left me feeling humbled and with a deep sense of gratitude. Now, when I contrast that feeling and experience with the emotion I felt after finding out that Iceland just illegally killed a blue whale off the coast, I am driven to act. Blue whales were abundant until the beginning of the twentieth century when they were hunted to near extinction by whalers. Since 1966, under the protection of the international community, their numbers have slowly risen, but they are still endangered. Last week, Icelandic whalers killed a blue whale with a grenade tipped harpoon. This unsanctioned kill was part of the 2018 slaughter of 191 fin whales, also endangered, which has been approved by the Icelandic government. I'm enraged to think that these hunters might have butchered the very same blue whale that graced me with a quick glimpse of its majestic fluke in the Azores. We are launching a major campaign to shut down this archaic, barbaric and pointless slaughter. Very soon, I will be reaching out to you with a call to action; I hope you will lend me your voice!
This photographic work was performed under the authorization n.0 XX-ORAC-2018 issued by the Government, on February 22, 2018.”
Follow Paul Nicklen (@paulnicklen) and SeaLeagacy (@sea_legacy) for more stories on our ocean’s plight and how you can help.
🎥 & caption by *Paul Nicklen | @paulnicklen
📸 from Hard To Port | @hardtoportorg •