Humpback whale mothers show an incredible tenderness and loving awareness towards their calfs, we managed to be able to capture some of that overwhelming bond on some of these images while snorkeling in South Pacific in the Archipelago of Vava'u.
A Humpback whale calf dives down after coming up to the surface to breath while it's mother gently taps the calf with it;s huge pectoral fin signaling to get closer to her in the South Pacific Archipelago of Vava'u in the Polynesian Kingdom of Tonga.
Following the migration of the Humpback whales from the Antarctic Ocean into the warmer waters of the South Pacific. La estación migratoria desde el Oceano Antártico ya ha comenzado, las ballenas preñadas a punto de parir empiezan a buscar aguas más cáli
Fine Art Photography Awards (FAPA) London, UK (30 July, 2015) announces winners of 1st FAPA competition. Photographer José Javier Delgado Esteban was awarded First Prize in Wildlife / Animals for the entry entitled Whale Nation: Humpback Whales of the…
José Javier Delgado Esteban of Spain was Awarded: First Prize in category Press for the entry entitled, " Like fish out of water ." The jury selected PX3 2016’s winners from thousands of photography entries from over 85 countries.
José Javier Delgado Esteban of Spain was Awarded: Third Prize in category Nature for the entry entitled, " Like fish out of water ." The jury selected PX3 2016’s winners from thousands of photography entries from over 85 countries.