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@brianskerry ・・・ Photo by @brianskerry A pod of Spinner Dolphins, moms and calves, swim in a coastal bay in the waters off Kona, Hawaii in early morning. These animals forage in deep offshore water at night, then move into shallower regions to socialize and rest in the morning. With the clear water and white sand bottom, they appear to be flying through air. The Hawaiian spinners have a beautiful tri-coloration. These animals are considerably smaller in size compared to species like bottlenose. Spinner dolphins are among the most social of dolphin species, rarely seen alone or even in small numbers. Spending time in the sea with these animals is very special indeed. As with most creatures I photograph, my presence must be accepted for me to make a picture for I could never swim fast enough to photograph an animal that didn’t want me near. But when animals like dolphins allow me into their world, even for brief periods, I am able to see amazing things. It is these moments that has inspired me for decades to travel widely and to endure many challenges. A small price to pay for the privilege of enriching my soul. Photograph made under NMFS (NOAA) permit #17941.

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Repost from @brianskerry - Photo by @brianskerry A pod of Spinner Dolphins, moms and calves, swim in a coastal bay in the waters off Kona, Hawaii in early morning. These animals forage in deep offshore water at night, then move into shallower regions to socialize and rest in the morning. With the clear water and white sand bottom, they appear to be flying through air. The Hawaiian spinners have a beautiful tri-coloration. These animals are considerably smaller in size compared to species like bottlenose. Spinner dolphins are among the most social of dolphin species, rarely seen alone or even in small numbers. Spending time in the sea with these animals is very special indeed. As with most creatures I photograph, my presence must be accepted for me to make a picture for I could never swim fast enough to photograph an animal that didn’t want me near. But when animals like dolphins allow me into their world, even for brief periods, I am able to see amazing things. It is these moments that has inspired me for decades to travel widely and to endure many challenges. A small price to pay for the privilege of enriching my soul. Photograph made under NMFS (NOAA) permit #17941.

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What is this photo??!?! @brianskerry (@get_repost) ・・・ Photo by @brianskerry A pod of Spinner Dolphins, moms and calves, swim in a coastal bay in the waters off Kona, Hawaii in early morning. These animals forage in deep offshore water at night, then move into shallower regions to socialize and rest in the morning. With the clear water and white sand bottom, they appear to be flying through air. The Hawaiian spinners have a beautiful tri-coloration. These animals are considerably smaller in size compared to species like bottlenose. Spinner dolphins are among the most social of dolphin species, rarely seen alone or even in small numbers. Spending time in the sea with these animals is very special indeed. As with most creatures I photograph, my presence must be accepted for me to make a picture for I could never swim fast enough to photograph an animal that didn’t want me near. But when animals like dolphins allow me into their world, even for brief periods, I am able to see amazing things. It is these moments that has inspired me for decades to travel widely and to endure many challenges. A small price to pay for the privilege of enriching my soul. Photograph made under NMFS (NOAA) permit #17941.

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Photo by @BrianSkerry A pod of Spinner Dolphins, moms and calves, swim in a coastal bay in the waters off Kona, Hawaii in early morning. These animals forage in deep offshore water at night, then move into shallower regions to socialize and rest in the morning. With the clear water and white sand bottom, they appear to be flying through air. The Hawaiian spinners have a beautiful tri-coloration. These animals are considerably smaller in size compared to species like bottlenose. Spinner dolphins are among the most social of dolphin species, rarely seen alone or even in small numbers. Spending time in the sea with these animals is very special indeed. As with most creatures I photograph, my presence must be accepted for me to make a picture for I could never swim fast enough to photograph an animal that didn’t want me near. But when animals like dolphins allow me into their world, even for brief periods, I am able to see amazing things. It is these moments that has inspired me for decades to travel widely and to endure many challenges. A small price to pay for the privilege of enriching my soul. Photograph made under NMFS (NOAA) permit #17941.

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@brianskerry with @get_repost ・・・ Photo by @brianskerry Saturday April 14th is ! This photograph shows a large pod of spinner dolphins socializing while swimming over a white sand bottom in the waters of Oahu, Hawaii. I was freediving to depths of 60-feet to make pictures of these animals. The water was warm and blue and being in the presence of these dolphins was hypnotic. Spinner dolphins are among the most social of dolphin species and are almost always seen in larger groups. Dolphins have the second largest brain relative to body size in the animal kingdom, after humans, but their world is vastly different than our own. Dolphins see much of their world acoustically, using echolocation (sonar) to determine objects and distances. When they sleep, they keep half of their brain awake, because they are voluntary breathers and also must remain vigilant for predators. But what else are they doing with those big brains in the sea? In the time ahead, perhaps these answers will be revealed. Photographed on assignment for @natgeo with a Nikon D4 camera and 17-35mm lens. Photograph made under NMFS permit #17941 @nikonusa @hecsaquatic

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Saturday April 14th is #NationalDolphinDay! This photograph shows a large pod of spinner dolphins " - 1756806517799927597
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Photo by @BrianSkerry Saturday April 14th is ! This photograph shows a large pod of spinner dolphins socializing while swimming over a white sand bottom in the waters of Oahu, Hawaii. I was freediving to depths of 60-feet to make pictures of these animals. The water was warm and blue and being in the presence of these dolphins was hypnotic. Spinner dolphins are among the most social of dolphin species and are almost always seen in larger groups. Dolphins have the second largest brain relative to body size in the animal kingdom, after humans, but their world is vastly different than our own. Dolphins see much of their world acoustically, using echolocation (sonar) to determine objects and distances. When they sleep, they keep half of their brain awake, because they are voluntary breathers and also must remain vigilant for predators. But what else are they doing with those big brains in the sea? In the time ahead, perhaps these answers will be revealed. Photographed on assignment for @natgeo with a Nikon D4 camera and 17-35mm lens. Photograph made under NMFS permit #17941 @nikonusa @hecsaquatic

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