There are Super Pods. And then there is this…


An estimated 60 killer whales are sighted near Active Pass at Galiano Island in British Columbia.  WOW.
(Note to Self: Could do without the play-by-play and histrionics…but we’ll take it.)

Source: GrindTV.com

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  1. Lotta Free Willies

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  2. So cool. Couldn’t stop watching.

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  3. Whoa! Awesome! Holy Cow! Woo-hoo!!! 🙂 Seriously, awesome.

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  4. Omg I would totally be the person hooting and hollering and jumping up and down the whole time!

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  5. WOW!! We are going back here in 2014!!

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  6. Cool

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  7. Incredible sight but I’m with you … quiet absorption and enjoyment is preferred. The beauty and majesty of nature doesn’t require a human soundtrack.

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  8. Reblogged this on photographyofnia.

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  9. My mouth would be open and not a sound would come out. I can’t imagine what it must be like to see this in ‘real life’.

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  10. Beautiful! Perfect! The enthusiasm expressed made it even more real in my opinion at least… there are so many slick documentaries this one is refreshing 🙂 thanks for sharing!

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  11. Michael Zahaby says:

    Amazing, and uplifting. I’m sending this to my son who lives in Hawaii and loves the outdoors

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  12. That was so very cool, David! Can’t believe how close to the shore they were–so majestic. I’m with you on the ‘hootin’ and hollerin’ — enough already. Enjoy the majesty quietly and respectfully, that would be my stance….

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  13. Take that–Sea World! Those creatures are so beautiful, what an absolute treat! I agree the commentary was annoying, yet I can’t blame them for their excitement. I would be squealing with delight!

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  14. Wow – what a sight!♥ I’ve only ever seen one killer whale when I was a child, and that was in a zoo – not a good environment for them! So lovely to see them free, in their real world, and so many of them too! 😀

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  15. Alex Jones says:

    Not a good moment to fall into the water. Impressive.

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