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Sperm whales, high definition stock video footage HD 1080p

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Eric Cheng’s stock video footage / show reel of sperm whales (Physeter macrocephalus) in clear water off the coast of Dominica (central Caribbean). Includes footage of Scar, the famous resident 10-year old male sperm whale in the “Group of 7″ pod. Whales from the “Group of 7″ and the “Utensils Group” are both included.

Footage shot with a Canon 5D Mark II digital SLR in High Definition 1080p, H.264 @ 40Mbps.

San Francisco, CA | link | trackb | no comments » | Feb 28, 2010 13:06:04

Color IQ Test

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I hate not getting perfect scores.

X-Rite hosts a neat color IQ test in which you arrange color tiles in hue order. I scored a 3, with errors in the part of the spectrum right on the green side of blue-green.

What did you score? (via @jauderho)

San Francisco, CA | link | trackb | 15 comments » | Feb 24, 2010 23:44:56

Weekly Twitter Digest: 2010-02-22

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  • Windows Phone 7 Series — it's good to see Microsoft actually plan a phone OS that might be good. http://ech.cc/bRWugC #
  • Enjoying the 77 degree summer weather this February in San Diego. On our way back to SF, where it is just over 50 degrees and foggy. #
  • @chriskac All movie martial arts are kung fu these days! in reply to chriskac #
  • I am overwhelmed with email and other correspondence. It may be time to declare email bankruptcy. #
  • Scoble: Google Buzz copied FriendFeed's worst features, why? http://ech.cc/9P6J7d #
  • FS: 3 unused Seagate Barracuda ES 500GB 3.5" enterprise-class drives (pulled from new NAS box). $80/ea + shipping #
  • @andybiggs on View from the Bay. You have to click next a few times to find it (after the garlic pizza featurette). http://ech.cc/cbUYtV #
  • Quote of the day from @andybiggs: "I gotta wash my makeup off. Men were not designed for this." #
  • Very cool: Blaise Aguera y Arcas demos augmented reality maps http://ech.cc/clo9go #
  • Blackberry demos new WebKit browser, which is going to be awesome. http://ech.cc/baJG17 #
  • My first submission to Nat Geo's Your Shot was picked for Daily Dozen last week. "Select February – Week 2" to see it! http://ech.cc/bqo6Qk #
  • Is anyone else finding Vimeo's Desktop Uploader to be flaky? It keeps failing for me (after uploading). Waste of time and bandwidth! #
  • @pyknosis Doh. How did your MBP get bricked? in reply to pyknosis #
  • I like the idea of a WebKit browser on Blackberry because it will pair a great mobile browser with optimized, compressed pages from RIM. #
  • I forgot about using this Applescript to convert clipboard content to plaintext. So useful. http://ech.cc/aQUDvN #
  • @pyknosis Need a temp machine? I have an old Thinkpad laying around. in reply to pyknosis #
  • Motorola DROID Android smartphone (Verizon) for auction on eBay, closes Feb 23 at 6:29pm http://ech.cc/cq1WFh #
  • FS @ ebay: Seagate Garracuda ES 500 GB SATA hard drive with warranty until 2013 http://ech.cc/8ZUa0X #
  • @sterlingz Really? It's REALLLY gast. ;) in reply to sterlingz #
  • Logitech VX Nano travel mouse for $33 (more than 50% off). This is the mouse I use while i'm on the road. http://ech.cc/9jIk38 #
  • Vintage Japanese industrial expo posters http://ech.cc/bqstpy #
  • If only 800mm lenses were so easy to hand-carry on Earth (skip to 2:19) http://ech.cc/djHtsV #
  • Quality television: Sports Science "World Record Kick to the Groin" http://bit.ly/6j6MEP #
  • FS: 4GB (2GB x 2) MacBook Pro memory PC3-8500 SODIMMS http://bit.ly/am9X6j and http://bit.ly/aJk4oi #
  • DIY (manual) high-speed book scanner from trash and cheap cameras http://bit.ly/mZ0wx #
  • Kindle for Blackberry available. Finally! http://ech.cc/dclG8l #
  • Command-TAB is dangerously close to Command-Q #
  • @ggoodale I've read dozens of books on the Blackberry. It was never a problem, but you do have to turn pages a lot. in reply to ggoodale #
  • @AbigailSmigel Congratulations on the new swim school relationship, Abi! in reply to AbigailSmigel #
  • I'm selling 500GB drives, MacBook Pro memory, Motorola DROID for sale on eBay: http://ech.cc/cnHBid #
  • Why is the standard bit.ly reporting summary more comprehensive than the bit.ly pro dashboard? #
  • Argh. Mac Pro is kernel panicking when I tried to create a mirror with 256K blocks. Others have had same problem: http://ech.cc/dwUaJ6 #
  • Facebook's Twitter app is pretty slow in importing tweets these days. #
  • @sterlingz I've only have this one problem with software RAID in Mac OS X. Otherwise, it's run fine for years. in reply to sterlingz #
  • Me: "I'm zeroing my drive out to secure erase it." Pam: (pauses) "Why can't you one it out?" #
  • I'm so glad all computers in my place are on UPSes. Just had a serious brownout. #
  • Check out my new Screaming Turtle iPod Touch skin. ;) http://yfrog.com/1dnnwcj #
  • @ggoodale Found a cheaper skin place: uniqueskins. But I am trying to get Gelaskins to take me as an artist. Who knows if they will. in reply to ggoodale #
  • I'm performing with the Stanford Symphonic Chorus in Memorial Church @ Stanford next Fri/Sat, Feb 26 and 27 at 8pm. http://ech.cc/9PHEDE #
  • We've announced the winners of the Our World Underwater 2010 photo and video competition http://bit.ly/9GRI7U #
  • @indokerri Thanks, Kerri! Had our first rehearsal today, and my chops are coming back. :) in reply to indokerri #
  • @indokerri Absolutely! I'll be there in just over a week. :) in reply to indokerri #
  • Panic's ShrinkIt – Free PDF shrinkage for Mac. http://ech.cc/d9YVy5 #
  • Unfortunate: just had to use Chrome instead of Firefox for a Flash app (app had bug when running Flash 10 inside of Firefox). #
  • @johnolilly Sure thing. Firefox never crashed, but the Flash app behaves differently in Firefox vs Chrome. First time I've come across this. in reply to johnolilly #
  • Quiet Sunday alone at home. At least I'm getting some work done. #
  • I had never seen a Twitter chat before today. Is that USA, or something about Arizona State? http://yfrog.com/4a5gvp (@johnolilly) #
  • Time to retire old wetsuits. I'm going to try some new brands. #
  • @adam_hanlon Their website is TERRIBLE! in reply to adam_hanlon #
| link | trackb | no comments » | Feb 22, 2010 08:01:00

Mac OS X kernel panic with RAID 1, 256K block size

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For backups and external storage, I use a Wiebetech RTX400-SV connected to a Sonnet Tempo SATA E4P PCIe card in my Mac Pro, which is running Mac OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.2. Today, I connected two new 2TB SATA drives and tried to create a RAID 1 (mirrored) volume with 256K block size (for video). My Mac Pro immediately kernel panicked.

Upon rebooting, I discovered that if I connected either of the drives in the RAID 1 volume, my Mac would immediately kernel panic. Not good.

To recover, I had to connect the drives using a second Wiebetech enclosure to another machine, an iMac, which uses a Firewire interface to the drives. I re-partitioned the two drives and created a RAID 1 volume with the default 32K block size, and all is working now.

Others have been having this problem as well, and it is definitely not a good thing. I have read that SoftRAID gets around this Mac OS X bug, but I haven’t tried it myself.

UPDATE: Note that I could successfully create a RAID 1 volume with 256K block size on the iMac via Firewire, but it resulted in a kernel panic as soon as I plugged the drives into the Mac Pro via eSATA. A RAID 1 with 128 block size seems to work fine, and is what I have settled on using.

San Francisco, CA | link | trackb | 2 comments » | Feb 18, 2010 17:01:18

Bull sharks in murky water, video show reel

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Video footage of bull sharks (Carcharhinus leucas) in murky water

I had to put this together for a submission to a production company, so I thought I’d post it here. Despite all the time I’ve spent in the water with sharks, I’ve only had bull shark encounters a handful of times. I was once rammed by one in mid-water, which was very exciting, but most of my encounters have involved me holding my breath trying to get close to them.

The exceptions were encounters at Beqa Lagoon in Fiji, and at Walker’s Cay in the Bahamas, which were prolonged and close. This footage is all from Walker’s Cay, where the water can get quite murky when stirred up. It was shot in 2006 with a Sony Z1u HDV camcorder in a Light & Motion Bluefin underwater housing and was one of the first times I took a video camera into the water.

San Francisco, CA | link | trackb | 3 comments » | Feb 17, 2010 01:02:45

Photographer Andy Biggs on View from the Bay

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Andy Biggs in my place after his appearance on View from the Bay

Photographer Andy Biggs was on The View from the Bay (ABC7) today talking about his African safari expeditions and giving tips about photography. The 3-minute clip is online at the View’s webpage (or you can see it embedded in this post (click through)).

I’ve been on safari with Andy in Tanzania, and it was a fantastic (and photographically productive) trip — highly recommended. (read more »)

San Francisco, CA | link | trackb | no comments » | Feb 15, 2010 20:01:49

Weekly Twitter Digest: 2010-02-15

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  • Does anyone have *extensive* travel experience with T-Mobile blackberry data roaming? If so, what do you think? I'm talking remote locations #
  • Canon announces Rebel T2i (550D), 18MP 1080p HD digital SLR. Also, 720p @ 60fps! http://www.dpreview.com/news/1…..os550d.asp #
  • @mbraden001 I was on pier 14 — the pier just south of the Ferry Building. in reply to mbraden001 #
  • Censorship sucks: Verizon blocks wireless access to 4chan? http://www.geekologie.com/2010…..on_pre.php #
  • "Adobe promises faster Flash on Macs" In the future, my quadcore Mac Pro may b able to play Flash video w/o stuttering. http://bit.ly/dsQc42 #
  • Switching to Zoom H4n instead of Edirol R-09 to take advantage of phantom-powered XLR inputs. Need to start doing interviews on the road. #
  • USPS change of address online broken. Requires credit card with old address as billing address? Can't zone property as live AND work? #fail #
  • Tea with Jesse Lichtenstein, who is here interviewing notable social media and infrastructure companies. #
  • @gfmorris I can't travel with that, unfortunately. My lav mics take batteries as well, so I should be able to bypass phantom when using them in reply to gfmorris #
  • Aperture 3 announced! Face recognition, GPS, brushes, presets, slideshows. Hope it has "do not corrupt library" feature http://bit.ly/bxobrZ #
  • One important thing glossed over by Aperture 3 announcements: video and audio support. This is huge for asset management. #
  • Does anyone know whether Aperture 3 supports XMP sync? (Not just import) #
  • Great post, Sterling! RT @sterlingz My first impressions of … Apple Aperture are up over at Wetpixel: http://zum.bz/cuiVVZ #
  • Sperm whale story in Russian http://timeszp.com/current/128…..rtazh.html #
  • @tonywu Be sure you don't get any new cameras — else you won't be able to use Aperture for another 6-9 months! in reply to tonywu #
  • After having to transcode to 1080p H.264 for video field deliveries, I may get an Elgato Turbo.264 HD. #
  • @tonywu Tony – the Elgato Turbo is made for you. Drag and drop + export with presets. Done! :) in reply to tonywu #
  • @andybiggs QT export is in many apps — certainly, in all the apps I use to export video. in reply to andybiggs #
  • I can't believe I'm paying to renew AA Gold status, but I think it will pay for itself with free checked luggage + early boarding for gear. #
  • For sale: Motorola Droid in excellent condition with multimedia dock, screen protector. $425 + shipping. #
  • @chriskac Blackberry Tour. in reply to chriskac #
  • @sterlingz I'm going be on Blackberry only until more options appear. Will probably go iPod Touch, in the meantime. in reply to sterlingz #
  • @sterlingz @andybiggs The reason I'm going Elgato is that I've been delivering 1080p H264 @ 12Mbps. Even transcoding on new MBP takes ages. in reply to sterlingz #
  • NGOs: please spell my name right when you ask me for free images. #
  • @alexkingorg Looking forward to your review of the Palm Pre Plus. in reply to alexkingorg #
  • GrApple: my favorite Firefox themes. http://www.takebacktheweb.org/ #
  • Late evening hanging out with @viennateng (meaning that we're all on our computers in the same room). :) #
  • Sailfish feeding frenzy captured in pictures http://bit.ly/bWhxvr #
  • It seems Parallels is kicking VMware Fusion's butt these days. http://bit.ly/c1GF3B #
  • Sailfish article in The Sun, includes tiny embedded video. http://bit.ly/aFf0mA #
  • Love flying with Ms. 1K (Pam). Upgraded again! #
  • How can I have 74 mutual Facebook friends with someone I don't know?? #
  • "That's Why I Chose Yale" This is a joke, right? http://bit.ly/a0oFFZ #
  • Had a great brunch with Michele Hall today (@uwfotog). It was nice to catch up in person! #
  • Testing bit.ly pro account. Here's a shortened URL that leads to my journal. Help me — click so I can see activity! :) http://ech.cc/bKCMvI #
  • High speed videography of mosquitos http://ech.cc/9WHPEK #
  • The Korean population in Desert Hot Springs — surprising! #
  • I guess the Winter Olympics started, huh? I am so out of touch. #
  • RT @uwfotog: "Soaring the Maldives Reef" See Howard's log from our recent Adventure: http://howardhall.com/stories/maldives.html #
  • My dad seems so excited to be here. http://tweetphoto.com/11294170 #
  • This is, of course, what all female engineers look like. http://ech.cc/9b0T8i #
  • I just hooked up Twitter, Flickr and YouTube to Google Buzz. That will be the end of my usage for the foreseeable future. #
  • How to completely disable Google Buzz (it shares some things by default, and that is unwelcome). http://bit.ly/9BcvWl #
  • @uwfotog Google Buzz was auto activated for me, sharing my Reader feed and a list of people it automatically followed. Not nice. in reply to uwfotog #
| link | trackb | no comments » | Feb 15, 2010 08:01:00

Happy Lunar New Year / Valentine’s Day!

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Abstract mushroom leather coral in Papua New Guinea

Happy Valentine’s Day, Lunar New Year, and President’s Day weekend! I’m in Southern California visiting family, and will be back in the Bay Area on Monday.

Monrovia, CA | link | trackb | 2 comments » | Feb 14, 2010 02:11:25

How not to ask for a free image for turtle conservation

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I consider myself to be an active conservationist. I regularly donate time, photographs, and money to the conservation organizations I have relationships with, and I give images away to other organizations when I feel that the donation will have a positive effect. Of course, there is a limit to the amount of time I can spend giving away my work. If I give away too many, I not only compromise my own ability to continue to photograph wildlife, but I also contribute to making it difficult for hard-earned images of any kind to have value in the marketplace.

Over the past two days, I’ve had a rather unpleasant exchange with a guy I will refer to as Wayne out in Maui. I am not going to post his full name nor his affiliation unless he continues to antagonize me. (read more »)

San Diego, CA | link | trackb | 20 comments » | Feb 11, 2010 00:10:25

For sale: Motorola Droid w/extras

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For sale: Motorola Droid w/charger, manual, box, multimedia station, and screen protectors
For auction on eBay, expires Feb 23, 2010 @ 18:29:05 PST

Excellent condition. Screen perfect (covered with screen protector as soon as it was taken out of the box). Original box, manuals, and AC charger / USB cable. Box has UPC cut out for original rebate application. Originally purchased in November, 2009. Selling because I am sticking with my Blackberry.

Extras: Motorola Multimedia Station ($34.95 new) and unused screen protector included.

Photos follow: (read more »)

San Francisco, CA | link | trackb | no comments » | Feb 9, 2010 22:45:42

Weekly Twitter Digest: 2010-02-08

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  • The first good Japanese whaling article I've seen. "Tokyo's … drive to reverse the whaling ban is … political" http://bit.ly/9zhxWA #
  • @tonywu that would be: photo expeditions in a digital age, where breakfast takes an hour. :) in reply to tonywu #
  • Julie was pooped on by a sperm whale from point blank. Tail made (light) contact with her at same time as huge brown cloud. Hahahaa! #
  • Just tried to record an interview with no appropriate equipment and impossible environment. I would not recommend trying it. #
  • I love getting idiotic replies from people on Twitter. It gives me an opportunity to block them. #
  • Today, Apple updated their Camera Raw to support more SLRs. I'm so glad I don't have to deal with this anymore! #
  • It turns out that if you don't get enough sleep, you may put face soap on your toothbrush. #
  • Another great day out on the ocean. We pretty much swam non-stop. Exhausted! #
  • RT @davekim: @echeng your Screaming Turtle portrait has gotten popular on Digg! I credited you ;) http://bit.ly/bz2w57 #
  • Old, but still useful. How to block mobile phone spam. http://pogue.blogs.nytimes.com…..hone-spam/ #
  • RT @tonywu: New post: Head or Tails? http://bit.ly/crSZqJ #
  • Headed out for our last day with the sperm whales of Dominica. #
  • What is it about charismatic megafauna that causes conservation, research, and tourist organizations to battle it out so fiercely? #
  • Just as Google Latitude is teleporting Patchen between Austria and Japan, it is teleporting me between Puerto Rico and Dominica. #
  • We've started launching @tonywu to see if the whales will stick around. LAUNCH THE TONY! #
  • Let the media barrage begin! Andrew Armour and sperm whale: http://bit.ly/9WiSyY #
  • Daily Telegraph article on Andrew Armour and Scar, the sperm whale. http://bit.ly/b4qhLZ #
  • A sperm whale simultaneously breached and crapped today, creating a huge brown splash. It was quite the display. #
  • F*ck you, whale! Just kidding. Thank you for so many incredible encounters over the last 6 days! #
  • Tony and I were just interviewed by Marpin 2K4 (TV station) on Dominica. So if you get that channel, tune in tomorrow night! ;) #
  • @ArneKuilman That's one of the other photographers in our team, I think. in reply to ArneKuilman #
  • Had to transcode video into SD NTSC just now. Wow, SD looks terrible. #
  • Wow. Connecting my Droid to MacBook Pro just took down my entire system. SPOD in Finder and Pathfinder. Force quitting did not work. #
  • Trying to access files on my home computer from my network connection here in Dominica. It is painful. #
  • @ericyng Mounting the file system and navigating to a subfolder. Timed out for more than 2 minutes. in reply to ericyng #
  • RT @tonywu: Gallery of sperm whale images taken by me and @echeng http://bit.ly/aOyAau #
  • Another newspaper article about our sperm whale trip in Dominica http://bit.ly/d5K22K #
  • Starting the long journey back to San Francisco. Goodbye, Dominica! I'll be back. #
  • @lightroomblog Sean, does LRB Exhibition allow for the creation of just a single gallery with no home, about, etc. links? #
  • RT @tonywu: Story About Scar http://bit.ly/aLCT6z #
  • TSA employees should come to Dominica for pat down and bag search technique. Very thorough! #
  • @lightroomblog Sean -checkbox for removing all non-essential interfaces would be a great. want to use for trip reports and single galleries. in reply to lightroomblog #
  • Dominica: hey, might as well do a second security check in case we spontaneously sprouted something dangerous while in the waiting area. #
  • The entire plane load was moved to a tiny holding room! We're crammed in here like sardines. This is totally bizarre. #
  • Overnight in San Juan. First ice cream since sailfish in Mexico. Yummm… #
  • "Politica de Devolucion" sounds so much better that "Return Policy". #
  • Hung out with @andybiggs last night. Was great to see him! Also met @heygrover and Tom Jow. #
  • RT @tonywu: New post: Andrew and Scar http://bit.ly/b1AdmZ #
  • The next person who makes a comment about Japanese whalers in my Flickr feed will be blocked forever. http://www.flickr.com/photos/echeng #
  • Would love an "ignore with reason" action in Facebook for friend requests. Reply templates would be a bonus. #
  • Perfect day in San Francisco! http://yfrog.com/4frlsjj #
  • Furiously scanning and filing. #
  • When did AT&T stop offering unlimited global data for Blackberry? (glad i'm on Verizon again) #
| link | trackb | no comments » | Feb 8, 2010 08:01:00

Whales, whaling, and the general public

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Tony Wu and I have had a few articles appear in the UK press over the last couple of days, and while it is always fantastic to get news out to the general public, I’ve been extremely disappointed by what seems to be a growing global sentiment equating Japanese people to whaling.


Our article in the Daily Mail about Andrew and Scar

If you look at the comments in the various articles that have appeared — or, indeed, in pretty much any article about whales in the last couple of years — many seem to be about how evil Japanese people are and about how whales need to be saved. (read more »)

Dominica | link | trackb | 3 comments » | Feb 4, 2010 07:44:54

Sperm whales in Dominica, last day

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Over/under image of a juvenile sperm whale in Dominica (Physeter macrocephalus)

We have finished our 6 days on the water here in Dominica, and will be headed home later on today. Our last day was probably a rather typical winter day with the whales here in Dominica, which is to say that we weren’t dropped into a social group within an hour of leaving dock (as we have been on previous days!). We went around the south part of the island into unprotected waters and watched whales from the surface, but were not really able to work with them successfully.

Tony and I were interviewed for local TV last night, and I stressed that Dominica’s healthy reefs and clear water will probably not be seen by underwater photographers (other than the cruise ship happy-snappy people) until the transportation problem here is fixed. American Eagle has strict limits on baggage, and leaving here requires an overnight in San Juan. It takes me longer to get to and from Dominica than it does for me to get to Bali, and even if it were possible to get dive gear and camera rig here via indirect international check-in, it might be impossible to get the gear out.

It has been an incredible adventure, and I will certainly be back one day! [see all photos at Flickr] (read more »)

Dominica | link | trackb | no comments » | Feb 4, 2010 07:11:34

Armour goodbye dinner in Dominica

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Group photo at dinner: Ricardo, Cor, Julie, Tony, Emiko, Curt, Rhona, me, Gabriel and Andrew

Tonight, our hosts Andrew and Rhona Armour invited us to their lovely home in Dominica for a farewell barbecue. Everything here on the island is built on beautiful mountain-side coastline, so their house (which is “in the bush,” Rhona says) is nestled in lush greenery sandwiched between breaking waves and towering peaks. The sky was as dark as I’ve ever seen it, and even Andromeda was clearly visible as a little smudge next to a bright red celestial body (probably Mars).

Rhona had whipped up an incredible feast during the day, which turned out to be the best meal we’ve had since arriving in Dominica. We sat out on the patio in near darkness enjoying great food and company. Peggy Oki, Elisa Buller, and Caleb came out from across the island for dinner as well.

I have to thank Andrew and Rhona Armour and crew members Ricardo Barrett, Captain Curt, and Joel, who were all collectively responsible for getting us in the water with the magnificent sperm whales of Dominica. I really hope to be able to return to see more of the island; Dominica’s undeveloped beauty rivals any other place I’ve been in the world.

Dominica | link | trackb | 1 comment » | Feb 3, 2010 22:13:52

Andrew Armour and Scar, the sperm whale

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Andrew Armour and Scar, his sperm whale buddy

I can’t tell you how lucky I feel to have met Scar, a 10-year old male sperm whale in Dominica. Andrew Armour has befriended Scar and has known Scar since he was a newborn calf.

Here are two photos of Andrew interacting with Scar. (read more »)

Dominica | link | trackb | 2 comments » | Feb 2, 2010 18:52:58

Sperm whales in Dominica, Day 5

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A sperm whale calf in Dominica.. Photo taken under permit.

Day 5: yet another fantastic day on the water! We spent most of the day swimming with whales, and all of us have aching muscles. Scar came around for a bit but didn’t seem to want to play. Although we saw groups of up to 8 sperm whales at once, only smaller groups (2-3) seemed to be socializing at the surface. We spent a lot of time with a calf, who let us hang out with him for about twenty minutes.

It’s getting harder and harder to choose images to post because there are just too many! I know — it’s a tough problem to have. :)

As always, all of the photos I’ve posted can be found on Flickr. (read more »)

Dominica | link | trackb | no comments » | Feb 2, 2010 18:44:02

Weekly Twitter Digest: 2010-02-01

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| link | trackb | no comments » | Feb 1, 2010 08:01:00
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