Gorgeous shot. Must be pretty chilly down there "for the photographer I mean". I love to see such close up shots where you can actually study the animal and see all the little intricate details.
Paul Nicklen — 'Atlantic Walrus' Photo of the Day: Healthy wildlife is the positive sign of a vital aquatic environment. Remember, the walrus population is few in number and the walrus habitat is still pristine. As the human approaches, a wildlife community adapts to accomodate our company, too. Walrus and wildlife generally respond poorly to aggravation we humans also resist: Seawater pollution; foodsource destruction; or any disturbance by a motor vehicle. —Gary Conn
This has to be the best study close up that I have ever seen. And the background walrus, tho' a blur makes for a wonderful shot altogether. The animal is certainly not camera shy, and has looked headlong into the camera to have the picture taken! Love the all blue effect. j.e.s.
today a thanks for P.N. :) https://fbcdn-sphotos-f-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-prn2/t1/s261x260/1622009_630086807053304_1407405086_n.jpg
@Alan Carreno Try right clicking the save the photo that way. It is what I do.
@Joe Johnson check out the book "Your Inner Fish" http://www.amazon.com/Your-Inner-Fish-Journey-3-5-Billion-Year/dp/0307277453 it will change the way you see many species.
@Joe Johnson same here
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