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Nature Captured By Dalida Innes
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Nature, Photography, African wildlife, Fine art prints, limited edition, safaris, travel, africa
Nature, Photography, African wildlife, Fine art prints, limited edition, safaris, travel, africa

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Need your vote guys, for my picture "The Kiss" thanks in advance!
Need your vote guys, for my picture "The Kiss" Thanks in advance.

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Need your vote , For my picture "the Kiss" on nat geo your shot community. , Thanks in advance.
Need your vote guys, for my picture "The Kiss" Thanks in advance.
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Need your vote guys for my picture "The Kiss", It will be great!! Thanks in advance.
Need your vote guys, for my picture "The Kiss" Thanks in advance.

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On Their Way
It has been a long journey for me, I have been in Tonga water for three weeks everyday, frustration built up inside me. My patience has been rewarded that day and it was my last day when this mother with her calf presented themselves to me. After more than two hours in the water with them and showing me something exceptional, it was time to say good bye but not knowing if they will be safe during their journey to Antartica was killing my heart, I would had loved just been able to follow them.
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On Their way
It has been a long journey for me, I have been in Tonga water for three weeks everyday, frustration built up inside me. My patience has been rewarded that day and it was my last day when this mother with her calf presented themselves to me. After more than two hours in the water with them and showing me something exceptional, it was time to say good bye but not knowing if they will be safe during their journey to Antartica was killing my heart, I would had loved just been able to follow them.
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Mother and Calf
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Mother and Calf, Nikon D500
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Obviously the polar bear was looking for a way to cross the sea for getting on the next ice pack maybe for him to be able to find a prey.
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The Unknown
Every year in Tonga, the Humpback whales come in the warm water from Antartica to give birth. It's just amazing to be able to swim with them and how gentle they can be, and the songs are just beautiful! It's another world when you are with them! #whales #humpback #Tonga #mammals #migration #blackandwhite #giant #wildlife #nature #wildlifephotography #climatechange
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