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Orcinus orca (killer whale, orca)

The whale doesn't need to get this far out of the water to breath - she (short dorsal fin) is looking at us.


Age: Mature
Altitude: 10m (32 feet)
Camera: Nikon D2x
Date: Wednesday, July 15th, 2009 at 1:43 PM
Exposure: 1/2000 sec at f5.0
Exposure Compensation: 734 ev
Gender: Female
ISO: 200 asa
Lens: 80-200mm f/2.8D ED-IF AF-S Zoom-Nikkor at 200mm
(equivalent field of view of a 300mm lens on a 35mm camera)
Location:
Orca Breaching Composite Rhinoceros Aucklet Orca Breaching Composite Rhinoceros Aucklet Orca Breaching Composite Rhinoceros Aucklet Orca Breaching Composite Scarlett Point Lighthouse Beach Side At Camp Site Pultney Point Lighthouse With Fog Horns Helen On The Observing Platform Bench With AView Of Marina Sandy Beach Tidepooling Totem In Front Of U'Mista Centre Rusting Dodge At Telegraph Cove Rhinoceros Aucklet Orca Breaching Composite Guise Bay Sign At Settlement Kelp In Sand First Landing Brooks Beach Pano Scarlett Point Lighthouse Beach Side At Camp Site Helen On The Observing Platform Sandy Beach Tidepooling Rusting Dodge At Telegraph Cove Orca Breaching Composite Yellow Headed Blackbird New National Park Sign On Approach To Mudge Castle With Irises Reflecting Pond Four Otters Ferry Terminal View From Second Chief Mud Flats at Sunset Waiting For Lifts To Open View From Lunch Yellow Headed Blackbird New National Park Sign On Approach To Mudge View From Second Chief Mud Flats at Sunset Waiting For Lifts To Open View From Lunch Tarn In Front Of Anniversary Glacier Mark And Mike At Summit Baby And Mom Walking Toward Log Boardwalk In Meadow Yellow Headed Blackbird New National Park Sign Waiting For Lifts To Open Mark And Mike At Summit Lake Namu Baby And Mom Walking Toward Log Boardwalk In Meadow Rock Margin Front of Condo Fence at Rathtrevor Jaques and Charles Kayaking Yellow Headed Blackbird Smoke From Forest Fire Mark And Mike At Summit Lake Namu Baby And Mom Walking Toward Log Front of Condo Immature Bog Cranberry Numa Falls (Veiled) Athabasca Falls Closer Salt Flats With Hills Mount Robson In Fog Swampy Lake Beach Side At Camp Site Pultney Point Lighthouse With Fog Horns Helen On The Observing Platform Bench With AView Of Marina Sandy Beach Tidepooling Totem In Front Of U'Mista Centre Rusting Dodge At Telegraph Cove Rhinoceros Aucklet Orca Breaching Composite Guise Bay Western Sandpipers Feeding Sundews Growing Through Old Trail Kelp In Sand Boardwalk Beside Town Lighthouse First Landing Brooks Beach Pano Swampy Lake Scarlett Point Lighthouse Beach Side At Camp Site Guise Bay Sign At Settlement Kelp In Sand First Landing Brooks Beach Pano Scarlett Point Lighthouse Beach Side At Camp Site Helen On The Observing Platform Sandy Beach Tidepooling Rusting Dodge At Telegraph Cove Orca Breaching Composite Yellow Headed Blackbird New National Park Sign On Approach To Mudge Castle With Irises Reflecting Pond Four Otters Ferry Terminal View From Second Chief Mud Flats at Sunset Waiting For Lifts To Open View From Lunch Yellow Headed Blackbird New National Park Sign On Approach To Mudge View From Second Chief Mud Flats at Sunset Waiting For Lifts To Open View From Lunch Tarn In Front Of Anniversary Glacier Mark And Mike At Summit Baby And Mom Walking Toward Log Boardwalk In Meadow Yellow Headed Blackbird New National Park Sign Waiting For Lifts To Open Mark And Mike At Summit Lake Namu Baby And Mom Walking Toward Log Boardwalk In Meadow Rock Margin Front of Condo Fence at Rathtrevor Jaques and Charles Kayaking Yellow Headed Blackbird Smoke From Forest Fire Mark And Mike At Summit Lake Namu Baby And Mom Walking Toward Log Front of Condo Immature Bog Cranberry Numa Falls (Veiled) Athabasca Falls Closer Salt Flats With Hills Mount Robson In Fog
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Region: North America, British Columbia, Canada
Scientific Name: species related to Orcinus orca (killer whale, orca)
Tag: multiple frame image, whale
Larger image: 2000 x 667
Raw image: 8028 x 2676

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