We were just leaving a bay and had begun paddling toward the calm open water of Chatham Strait when we heard it.
Among the elite squad of photographers that staff the Wilderness Discoverer, there is one creature at the top of their photographic bucket lists.
On the shore, a slight, dark opening invites us to pass over the border where the rocky beach ends and the wilderness begins.
We just had the best week. While we were viewing smelly sea lions moan and groan at a haul-out, all of a sudden, a pair of humpback whales appeared.
I’ve been coming to Lamplugh for the past two years and every time it is different.