Images of California condors, whales, dolphins and Big Sur vistas
A collection of 1,139 images from now through 2011

A humpback whale breaches near our boat in Monterey Bay.
A humpback whale breaches near our boat in Monterey Bay. (8/14/2017)
Taken on board the always excellent Blue Ocean Whale Watch cruise.
A humpback whale chin slaps just outside of Moss Landing harbor.
A humpback whale chin slaps just outside of Moss Landing harbor. (7/24/2017)
Taken on board the always excellent Blue Ocean Whale Watch cruise.
Pelicans standing on exposed rocks at the entrance to Moss Landing harbor at low tide.
Pelicans standing on exposed rocks at the entrance to Moss Landing harbor at low tide. (6/27/2017)
Taken at the start of another excellent Blue Ocean Whale Watch cruise.
Dramatic looking clouds develop over the ocean and then headed inland over Big Sur.
Dramatic looking clouds develop over the ocean and then headed inland over Big Sur. (6/24/2017)
You can see the upper jaw
You can see the upper jaw (complete with baleen) of a lunge feeding humpback whale in Monterey Bay. Note the krill trying to escape the lower jaw that's just under the surface. (6/20/2017)
Taken on board the always excellent Blue Ocean Whale Watch private charter.
California condor #606
California condor #606 (and his shadow) leaves one of Pinnacles National Park's peaks as condors #583 "Blue Curls", #463 and #340 "Kun-wak-shun" remain on the rock. (2/12/2017)
California condors #204 "Amigo" and #470 "Fuego" in full display mode with #222 "Cosmo" watching on
California condors #204 "Amigo" and #470 "Fuego" in full display mode with #222 "Cosmo" watching on (hidden behind the tree trunk) earlier in May in Big Sur. (5/20/2017)
Pacific white-sided dolphins leaping out of Monterey Bay.
Pacific white-sided dolphins leaping out of Monterey Bay. (5/29/2017)
Taken on board the always excellent Blue Ocean Whale Watch cruise.
A humpback whale breaks the glassy surface of Monterey Bay with its mouth wide open as it lunge feeds on krill
A humpback whale breaks the glassy surface of Monterey Bay with its mouth wide open as it lunge feeds on krill (look carefully and you can see some krill jumping out of the water trying to escape). (5/23/2017)
Taken on board the always excellent Blue Ocean Whale Watch all day cruise.
California condor #204 "Amigo" looks out over the ocean with a bit of fluff stuck to his nose in Big Sur.
California condor #204 "Amigo" looks out over the ocean with a bit of fluff stuck to his nose in Big Sur. (5/20/2017)
Page 1 2 3 4 ... 114
copyright 2001-2017 tim huntington, webnectar
all rights reserved