All throughout our travels today we got the chance to take a look at a few of the many Fin whales that kept surfacing sporadically on and around Jeffreys Ledge.
|One of the many Fin whale spotted this morning|
|Large Fin whale seen this afternoon!|
|Morning (above) vs. afternoon (below). Piña and Chablis stay in synchrony in their spouts and their body movements resting at the surface|
|Chablis slowly rolling the back half of its body causing a small portion of its tail to break the surface|
|Chablis off on a deeper dive while Piña remains resting on the surface|
|The snout of Piña
(left) and her dorsal fin just barely breaking the surface (right)
allowing all our passengers to see this whale's hair follicle's; those
bumps on the whale's head!|
|Crystal going on a deeper dive this morning|
Maybe tomorrow will bring more of the same or maybe something completely different but we all know there is only one way to find out!
|To see Crystal tomorrow (or any of the other individual whales seen today!) or not? That is the question...|