Ever since I first saw them, I’ve been in love with Brian Skerry’s photos of Right Whales.
When you show a whale next to a human, floating above a ground plane, it gives you a real sense of the epic scale of the things.  Like they have no business existing outside the realm of tall tales.

Ever since I first saw them, I’ve been in love with Brian Skerry’s photos of Right Whales.

When you show a whale next to a human, floating above a ground plane, it gives you a real sense of the epic scale of the things.  Like they have no business existing outside the realm of tall tales.

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    Today I attended a presentation from Brian Skerry, the man who took this photograph. He is a photojournalist for...
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    I need to go scuba diving soon. And I need an underwater camera for underwater pictures.
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    WHALES ARE SO BEAUTIFUL. UNF.
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