1. Tongan Humpbacks 2012

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    Some clips from A recent shoot in Tonga 2012 Cinematographer: Jon Shaw All shot on RED in a Gates Deep Epic Housing with Tokina 10-17mm Track: Time by Hans Zimmer Production Company: ginclearfilm http://ginclearfilm.com http://facebook.com/ginclearfilm There are a couple of spots left on our 2013 expedition details are here: http://ginclearfilm.com/swim-with-humpback-whales/ All rights reserved and all footage is available for purchase

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    • A CLOSE encounter with a Humpback whale - something you never forget!

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      Thanks to Erez Beatus of Apnea Australia for this video of me that captures the moment of a lifetime! If you haven't dived or swam with Humpback whales you must do it, it is really something else! To read all about it and see more photos and videos go to http://divingwithme.com/kingdom-of-tonga-freediving-with-humpback-whales/

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      • Whales visit Lipson Cove

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        Every time my family and I go down to Lipson Cove we say, "wouldn't it be amazing if there was a whale down here today". Then on August 27th 2014 there was. In fact there were two. A mother and a calf. We were filming the coastline with the drone when we spotted them. We didn't realise they were out there until we spotted splashing on the phone application (where you view what the drone is filming). We're still learning how to fly the drone, so we slowly took it up along the coastline and turned it to watch the whales. We didn't take it close to them because we didn't want to disturb them. We were amazed to see how active the calf was. The mother whale was just letting it splash and play around, until it went too far away and it came and made it come closer again. They were swimming slowly towards Tumby Bay. What an amazing, healthy environment our ocean is here on the Spencer Gulf of South Australia. Music used on the video was: "Pepper's Theme" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) , Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

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        • Incredible Whale Encounter - Mother Gray Whale Lifts Her Calf Out of the Water! [HD]

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          Join the movement and view more stunning ocean content at http://oneworldoneocean.org/movement -- A mother gray whale lifted up her calf, seemingly to help it get a better view of the excited onlookers, and we caught it all on camera. For in-depth information on the whales of San Ignacio and regulations of the area, see our blog post at http://www.oneworldoneocean.org/blog/entry/friendlies-gray-whales-of-san-igna... The gray whales in San Ignacio Lagoon frequently approach small tourist boats, seeking the human interaction. While they could easily avoid the people, whose small boats are not allowed to closely approach whales, they actually seem to enjoy making contact. Laguna San Ignacio is on the Pacific coast of Mexico's Baja peninsula and is the destination for hundreds of gray whales, who migrate annually to the region from their feeding grounds in the Arctic. Here, where the water is shallow and warm, they give birth to their young. It lies within El Vizcaino Biosphere Reserve and is the gray whale's last undisturbed nursing and breeding ground, largely thanks to an environmental victory in 2000 that stopped the development of an industrial salt plant. Whale watching here is highly regulated, with limits on how many boats can be on the water, how long they can stay, and how close they can get; rather than closely approaching the whales, they must idle their engine and wait for the whales to approach the vessel, which is a common occurrence.

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          • Humpback whale calf in Tonga

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            • Whale Watching @ Cabo San Lucas Videoclip 2013-I

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              Come see these majestic giant creatures up close and personal. Be sure to bring your camera as you will have ample opportunities to photograph the whales. Your Captain, Luis, who grew up in these waters and knows and loves nature, will use his expertise to spot and find the whale pods and then describe to you the family composition. This is a must do if in Cabo during the season and will give you memories to last a lifetime. One of the advantages to boat ride along with us unlike large ships with too many people aboard is that we specialize in small groups up to 12 pax, which is ideal and practical because this tour delivers to our guests a personalized service during a thrilling wildlife viewing.

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              • Humpback Calf Breach

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                A humpback whale calf practices breaching off the coast of Lahaina, Maui!

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                • Amazing Gray Whale Encounter - Extreme Close Up! [HD]

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                  Join the movement and view more stunning ocean content at http://oneworldoneocean.org/movement -- A face to face encounter with a Gray Whale is an inspiring and magical experience. For in-depth information on the whales of San Ignacio and regulations of the area, see our blog post at http://www.oneworldoneocean.org/blog/entry/friendlies-gray-whales-of-san-igna... The gray whales in San Ignacio Lagoon frequently approach small tourist boats, seeking the human interaction. While they could easily avoid the people, whose small boats are not allowed to closely approach whales, they actually seem to enjoy making contact. Laguna San Ignacio is on the Pacific coast of Mexico's Baja peninsula and is the destination for hundreds of gray whales, who migrate annually to the region from their feeding grounds in the Arctic. Here, where the water is shallow and warm, they give birth to their young. It lies within El Vizcaino Biosphere Reserve and is the gray whale's last undisturbed nursing and breeding ground, largely thanks to an environmental victory in 2000 that stopped the development of an industrial salt plant. Whale watching here is highly regulated, with limits on how many boats can be on the water, how long they can stay, and how close they can get; rather than closely approaching the whales, they must idle their engine and wait for the whales to approach the vessel, which is a common occurrence.

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                  • HUGE Gray Whale Swims Under Our Boat - San Ignacio Lagoon [HD]

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                    Join the movement and view more stunning ocean content at http://oneworldoneocean.org/movement -- We grabbed this underwater shot of a gray whale swimming under our boat while we were out scouting for future film shoots. Simply amazing. For in-depth information on the whales of San Ignacio and regulations of the area, see our blog post at http://www.oneworldoneocean.org/blog/entry/friendlies-gray-whales-of-san-igna... The gray whales in San Ignacio Lagoon frequently approach small tourist boats, seeking the human interaction. While they could easily avoid the people, whose small boats are not allowed to closely approach whales, they actually seem to enjoy making contact. Laguna San Ignacio is on the Pacific coast of Mexico's Baja peninsula and is the destination for hundreds of gray whales, who migrate annually to the region from their feeding grounds in the Arctic. Here, where the water is shallow and warm, they give birth to their young. It lies within El Vizcaino Biosphere Reserve and is the gray whale's last undisturbed nursing and breeding ground, largely thanks to an environmental victory in 2000 that stopped the development of an industrial salt plant. Whale watching here is highly regulated, with limits on how many boats can be on the water, how long they can stay, and how close they can get; rather than closely approaching the whales, they must idle their engine and wait for the whales to approach the vessel, which is a common occurrence.

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                    • Massive Gray Whale Kisses Our Camera! - San Ignacio Lagoon [HD]

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                      Join the movement and view more stunning ocean content at http://oneworldoneocean.org/movement -- While out scouting for future film shoots, a gray whale came right up to our camera. For in-depth information on the whales of San Ignacio and regulations of the area, see our blog post at http://www.oneworldoneocean.org/blog/entry/friendlies-gray-whales-of-san-igna... The gray whales in San Ignacio Lagoon frequently approach small tourist boats, seeking the human interaction. While they could easily avoid the people, whose small boats are not allowed to closely approach whales, they actually seem to enjoy making contact. Laguna San Ignacio is on the Pacific coast of Mexico's Baja peninsula and is the destination for hundreds of gray whales, who migrate annually to the region from their feeding grounds in the Arctic. Here, where the water is shallow and warm, they give birth to their young. It lies within El Vizcaino Biosphere Reserve and is the gray whale's last undisturbed nursing and breeding ground, largely thanks to an environmental victory in 2000 that stopped the development of an industrial salt plant. Whale watching here is highly regulated, with limits on how many boats can be on the water, how long they can stay, and how close they can get; rather than closely approaching the whales, they must idle their engine and wait for the whales to approach the vessel, which is a common occurrence.

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