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Playing Around | Photograph by Leighton Lum (@photography_by_leighton)
“Baby humpback whales are very inquisitive by nature. Their curiosity used to be their downfall during the times of whaling in Tonga, as they were easy targets,” writes #YourShotPhotographer Leighton Lum. “Since the whaling has stopped, more whales have shown up every year to breed and raise their calves.”

“What an incredible view of a peaceful creature! I love how it looks like this ‘little’ whale is giving us the eye. Though I love the deep blue of the ocean, seeing this scene in black and white slows it down to let us truly appreciate this awesome mammal. Well done!” — @natgeoyourshot Associate Photo Editor Kristen McNicholas (@kemcnicholas)




@quest_tours_au hope so! Couple more weeks!



Awesome shot


Tooo good photography and the black and white effect takes it up a notch👌🏻


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What a amazing creature!


Amazing creature🔝💓


Thank goodness for that!!❤🐋


High five for that!


great shot📸📸




@photography_by_leighton You are welcome. Keep up the great work. #YourShotPhotographer


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Just beautiful 🐋


Such a massive creature


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That is beautiful


Sumptuous and moving capture



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