September 2nd - Another double species day with humpbacks and orcas!

Two days in a row we found both orcas and humpback whales, we're on a roll!

Check out the photos we snapped of the T37 and T100 families of transient orca, and a couple gigantic humpback whales!

 T100s rolling on the surface. Photo by Rodrigo Menezes

T100s rolling on the surface. Photo by Rodrigo Menezes

 Check out that eye patch! Photo by Rodrigo Menezes

Check out that eye patch! Photo by Rodrigo Menezes

 T37A "Volker" surfaces with her 3 year old calf. Photo by Rodrigo Menezes

T37A "Volker" surfaces with her 3 year old calf. Photo by Rodrigo Menezes

 When resting, orca travel very tightly together and surface in unison. Photo by Rodrigo Menezes

When resting, orca travel very tightly together and surface in unison. Photo by Rodrigo Menezes

 The humpback whale is among the largest animals on the planet. We were thrilled to witness these two surfacing together. Photo by Rodrigo Menezes

The humpback whale is among the largest animals on the planet. We were thrilled to witness these two surfacing together. Photo by Rodrigo Menezes

 Lovely shot of T100C. Photo by Val Watson

Lovely shot of T100C. Photo by Val Watson

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