|Morning Minke whale sighting (above and below)|
This afternoon before we were a mile from home we had a sighting. It was a fish; an Ocean sunfish was just outside of Rye Harbor! This fish was on the move so we spent most of the time seeing the tell-tale sign of its dorsal fin waving up and down on the ocean's surface as this fish moved through the water.
|Only the tip of this Ocean sunfish's fin can be seen above the waterline as the rest of this fish resides just below|
|Afternoon Minke whale|
|Atlantic white-sided dolphin|
|Lots of white water is at the surface as these dolphins charge through the area at such a quick speed!|
|Another pod of Atlantic white-sided dolphins beyond Appledore Island!|
|Even though this is the back half of these dolphins bodies check out the drastic size difference of all three whales!|
|Dolphin fins at the surface!|
Today certainly was another unexpected day of sightings as whales moved in, out, and around the area!