1 week old! www.facebook.com/LisaSkeltonPhotography

1 week old! www.facebook.com/LisaSkeltonPhotography

364 is getting big quick!

364 is getting big quick!

Migaloo- There's not many places this pic hasn't been!  Photography ©Lisa Skelton, all rights reserved. www.facebook.com/LisaSkeltonPhotography

Migaloo, the only all white Humpback Whale on the planet

Imagine Cruises in Nelson Bay, NSW

See 8 photos and 3 tips from 47 visitors to Imagine Cruises. "Tamboi cruises for dolphin watching.

My shot has made the top 20! Please head to the link and give it a vote!

My shot has made the top Please head to the link and give it a vote!

Hey guys, please take a moment to check out my entry and give it a vote in the Tallenge Wildlife Photograhy Contest. Thanks!

Hey guys, please take a moment to check out my entry and give it a vote in the Tallenge Wildlife Photograhy Contest. Thanks!

I wonder what's going on in that head? www.facebook.com/LisaSkeltonPhotography

I wonder what's going on in that head? www.facebook.com/LisaSkeltonPhotography

One of the most common questions I get is "what's that on the whale's chin/is it injured?" Humpback whales carry a variety of free-loading parasites, including barnacles and lice. An adult Humpback can carry nearly half a tonne of barnacles! The barnacles prefer areas of the body where water flow is constant, hence why so many whales sport the barnacles on their chin. This guy has a very prominent case of barnacles and lice!

Lisa Skelton Photography added 18 new photos to the album: Nelson Bay.

Frank steals the shot  www.facebook.com/LisaSkeltonPhotography

Frank steals the shot www.facebook.com/LisaSkeltonPhotography

Rain + swell= another day on shore, so here's a snap taken last month that seemed fitting for Hump(back) Day.   Photography ©Lisa Skelton, all rights reserved.

Rain + swell= another day on shore, so here's a snap taken last month that seemed fitting for Hump(back) Day. Photography ©Lisa Skelton, all rights reserved.


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