Friday, 23 August 2013

Dolphin delights

A dolphin leads a fishing boat out of the Camel estuary


An early morning departure from Wadebridge on the flowing spring tide at 05:45 paid dividends this morning as we encountered a pod of Bottlenose Dolphins feeding on the Doom Bar at the mouth of the Camel estuary.

There must have been up to 20 individuals including several youngsters.

Dawn was just breaking and the light levels were low so high ISO was the order of the day until the sun rose over the clifftops and lit the sea.

My grateful thanks to Will Delacour who persuaded me to set the alarm for 4:30 am. I wouldn't have missed it for the world!











3 comments:

Sam and Lisa said...

This retirement lark has done you the world of good. Superb images from the expert.

Adrian Davey (Dibs) said...

What a great experience, worth getting up early for,and the photos arn't bad either.Cant wait to retire!
Cheers
Dibs

anthony miners said...

Love your header Adrian and the dolphin images are top notch love seeing your photography.