Inspirational (Ocean) Quote
This is my second submission for the 3 Day,3 Quotes Challenge as invited by Life of Mon, the first submission was posted in Inspirational Travel Quote.
Most of my travels was exploring beneath the ocean by scuba diving. The wonderment of the ocean where unique species exist as part of life circle never ceases to amaze me. Whale shark was one of the unique species. It was one of unforgettable moments to swim so close with the whale shark. The image was taken in the Philippines, it was my first time trying out split underwater photo: half above water, and half underwater.
Robert Wyland is a marine life artist who presents the beauty of the ocean through his art. His 100 Whaling Walls mural paintings in several countries have created the public awareness of the marine life struggle in our ocean. I am not lucky (yet) to seeing the whales during my scuba diving travels. Since the ocean is vast and often unpredictable, I hope I will be able to see at least one of Wyland’s Whaling series instead.
wah baru pertama saja sudah bagus seperti ini…
hahaha..ada yang gagal juga kok. Terimakasih ya Di 🙂
Ooh jealous you got so close to a whale shark! Awesome!
Thank you, it was one of unforgettable moment 🙂
An amazing capture
Thank you Mallee!
Amazing picture this is! And, a brilliant quote to go with it!
Thank you so much Maniparna!
This is superb capture and you can only do it, these brilliant shots doesn’t come without taking risk and you are risk takers and you bring with it the best of rewards…
Thank you so much Nihar!
Always my pleasure Indah…
That’s a beautiful quote and a stunning capture! The world I will never see myself, but thank you for bringing it to me 🙂
Thank you 🙂 I am gladly sharing the wonders of our ocean 🙂
Thank you for that, Indah! The Ocean needs a good advocate. 🙂
Such a great capture Indah!! I have always had a soft spot for the whale shark. So beautiful!
They are stunning, aren’t they and gentle animals ever 🙂 Thank you Inger!
Whoa, Indah. That is one whale of a photo of that whale!!! Three exclamation points. Are those other whales or is that a reflection in the water?