1 Shot Wednesday: Spinner Dolphin

Spinner dolphin I

Last May, Jim and I visited Kaui. We hired a small boat that took us up the Napali coastline. Dolphins followed us; here is one I could reach out and touch. I loved the ripples it made in the water.

33 thoughts on “1 Shot Wednesday: Spinner Dolphin

  1. Cute dolphin πŸ™‚ Anyway, keep up the great work as always πŸ™‚

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  2. That must have felt surreal! Wow!

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    1. I don’t have the luxury to see them in their natural habitat. It was a true treat for me. Thanks, TK!

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  3. Gorgeous creatures, Our first liner trip was from Australia to India and going beyond Indonesia we had so many of them form a guard of honour for us the rest of the trip. Love those little guys and they love to interact with humans too.

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    1. Isn’t great how they are so playful and like you said, really don’t mind humans at all!

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  4. When we were in Singapore, we went to see pink dolphins. You were able to get in the shallow water and actually touch them. They are very sympathetic and friendly creatures.
    Best wishes, Pete. x

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    1. Pink! Wow, I you could share a picture of that!

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          1. OK, I won’t admit that I didn’t want one from you, because I did. πŸ™‚
            I have 5-6 to feature in the next post though.
            Some other time… 😦 xx

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          2. Sorry, my friend. How about I send you a Christmas card?

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          3. That’s OK, Cindy. It’s not a big deal when we are such good mates. x

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  5. An absolutely splendid shot

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    1. Praise from a fine photographer is praise, indeed. I thank you.

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  6. Magnificent animals!

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    1. I could watch dolphins all day. So smart and interesting.

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      1. Too bad we haven’t learned how to talk to them yet!

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        1. Yessss. I wonder what tales they would have?

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          1. haha, we may not want to know!

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          2. and WE CAN’T HANDLE THE TRUTH!

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          3. Jack couldn’t have said it better. πŸ˜‰

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          4. Now – THAT is the truth!!

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  7. A gorgeous shot…I love Dolphins!

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    1. Yes, I remember various water posts. Lucky you living on the water.

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  8. Stunning photo, Cindy!

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    1. Thank you, Jennie. Ripples in water hypnotize me.

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  9. Beautiful. Beautiful.
    Would love to see that.

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