BAHA Whales Desert 2017

Jim Cline took me on a photo tour of an inlet in the Baja peninsula close to Guerrero Negro where gray whales come in the winter for calving. The whales were not fearful of humans and the inlet/bay was a safe sanctuary being too shallow for killer whales. It provided an opportunity to not only photograph these gigantic gentle monster but to actually “touch” them as they rubbed against our zodiac inflatable boat. We then went inland to San Ignacio in the desert to capture some of the most amazing sunrise and sunsets I have ever seen.

Air Seagull - near Guerrero Negro Baja Peninsula, Mexico
Breach - near Guerrero Negro Baja Peninsula, Mexico
Cactus Sunset Silhouette - Baja Peninsula, Mexico
Casting for Lunch - near San Ignacio - Baja Peninsula, Mexico
Desert Sunset - near San Ignacio - Baja Peninsula, Mexico
Salt Flats at Sunset - near Guerrero Negro Baja Peninsula, Mexico
Vigilant Osprey - near Guerrero Negro Baja Peninsula, Mexico
In-Flight - near Guerrero Negro Baja Peninsula, Mexico
Tail - near Guerrero Negro Baja Peninsula, Mexico
Periscope - near Guerrero Negro Baja Peninsula, Mexico
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