Guess who just found orcas?!?! Same guy who took this photo, Mark Malleson #ThatFridayFeeling of reported orcas! #TGIF #itsablast #exploreBC pic.twitter.com/WgTTMTylv0

About 3 days ago from Prince of Whales's Twitter via Twitter Web Client

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We offer all out adventure or maximum comfort adventures year round, get ready for the Adventure of a Lifetime! We are proud leaders in responsible whale watching and have a strong passion for educating guests from all over the world about the wonders and the fragility of the Salish Sea.

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The Whales & Gardens Tour

(May - September)

Combine two of Victoria’s ‘must do’ activities, whale watching & the Butchart Gardens!

Zodiac Adventures

(Year Round)

Feel the wind in your hair on this exhilarating adventure exploring the Salish Sea in search of the majestic wildlife that flood our waters

Victoria Ocean Magic II Adventures

(April - October)

In true comfort and style, explore the Salish Sea in search of the majestic wildlife that flood our waters

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Salish Sea Dream

The Ultimate Day Tour to Victoria

(May - September)

There is a good reason why this tour is our most popular. See the best this region has to offer! Go whale watching, explore the city of Victoria & visit the Butchart Gardens.

The Southbound Adventure Crossing

(May - September)

Combine whale watching and one-way connections to downtown Victoria

Ocean Magic

Vancouver Ocean Magic Whale Watching Adventures

(April - October)

In true comfort and style, explore the Salish Sea in search of the majestic wildlife that flood our waters

Whale Sightings

Whale Photography 101

Jennifer Dickson

By Jennifer Dickson

We live in a world of perpetual documentation. Everyone wants to be the person to record every pivotal moment in their lives (or their food, whatever, we’re not here to judge). This has given rise to the idea that everyone is a photographer.

Among the people that lament this fact the most, are wildlife photographers. Actual, real-life, professional, photographers. The investment they have made in their equipment, training, skill, and time is phenomenal, and yet they regularly witness people with a 3-year-old smart phone, taking a photo through a window, hoping to get National Geographic quality shots.

That’s probably not gonna happen.

One of the reasons we humans find wildlife photography so darn stunning, is because it often captures things that we can’t see with our naked eye. Sometimes this is because us non-wildlife-photographers don’t have the time or patience to wait the hours, days (or sometimes weeks/months!) required to get the shot we desire. More often, it’s because human eyes physically can’t see far enough, or process images fast enough, to see the details that make wildlife photography so compelling. Remember when an Australian photographer caught a sea lion riding a whale?

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