As a photo captures the moment, it usually captures the moment that you want but sometimes when something unexpected happens, the photo inevitably catches the instant.
In those photos, unexpected cameos like pets or babies appear in photos and sometimes, people purposefully photobomb to make funny situations.
Photobombing is usually funny and cute but sometimes, it’s amazing to catch the moment of surprise.
That’s when Will Rosner, a carpenter who’s traveling for the past 18 months, felt in Tonga in the South Pacific. He was diving in the clear water and was very lucky to swim with humpback for 6 hours.
While he and his friend were free-diving the Vava’u passage in Tonga, several whales come closer to Rosner. It was a friendly, sensitive, and curious approach. One of them even lifted out of the water Rosner with its tail. It was an amazing experience.
“Me and the crew swam all day with almost a dozen whales,” Rosner says. “Including a docile mother and her very playful calf.”
The whales were friendly and gentle but Rosner felt their power.
“Apparently all her scars are from defending her calves from orcas. I was half the size of one of [her] flippers.”
The whales stayed around the humans for 6 hours dancing and swimming. It seemed the humans and the whales were curious about each other.
He took an amazing photo while he was out of the water for the break.
Rosner and his friend also witnessed the dolphins in the water.
A small family consisted of a mother, a father, and their child.
It is truly amazing to see the picture of humpback whales, and have the experience to see the whales with my eyes. But swimming with them? It is definitely a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
In this planet, we are not the only creature. These beautiful animals are the creatures that we should protect and find a way to live with.
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