|Dingle's white lower jaw can be seen as this whale swims at the surface to get some air|
|Dingle's dorsal fin and part of its body|
This afternoon we were off again to where Dingle had been from the morning trip. This time however it was not Dingle we watched. Another Fin whale had come into the area. It was another familiar Fin whale. Comet was spending time in the area as well!
|This is not even all of Comet's body at the surface; what a large whale!|
|Check out the back part of Comet's body all the way down to this whale's tail seen just above the waterline!|
|Comet once again bringing her tail to the ocean's surface; an incredibly rare treat to see from a Fin whale!|
Comet's tail broke the surface a few times as it could be seen just above the waterline as this large whale moved around the ocean. Incredible.
One again Jeffreys Ledge held us in suspense as the whales seem to appear, and sometimes disappear, just as quickly this season! We'll be back out expecting the unexpected tomorrow!
|Fin whales certainly are large, amazing, graceful mammals, like Dingle seen here.|