Soeren's Adventures Around the World travel blog

Pacific Ocean beach

Pacific Ocean beach

Mussels anyone?

Look at the size of that kelp!

Me on a very bad tilted photo with way too much light...

Silly photo of my feet!

Art? Or just me playing around with my camera...

The smaller green Bottom Bus

Cliff at Nugget Point

Seals playing in the kelp and taking care of their pups

Nugget Point lighthouse

Seal in the wave

Spectacular views

Spectacular views

Dramatic coast

Waterfall close-up

Waterfall

The sealing of a gipsy store

His whale mailbox (I want one)

Nice car

View out to sea

Very old tree... Around 170 million years...

Kelp

Yellow Eyed Penguin, far far away

Yellow Eyed Penguin

Yellow Eyed Penguin

Yellow Eyed Penguin

Sheep on the road

Hector Dolphin (www.whats-new-at-totallywired.com/hectorschallenge.html)

Movie Clips - Playback Requirements - Problems?

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Evensong in St. Pauls Cathedral, music by C. STANFORD!!! Just a few...

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Yellow Eyed Penguin walking :-)

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Yellow Eyed Penguin walking :-)


Yet another update, I know they come in clusters at the moment, but I needed a break from the website. Now I'm back with maxx power, so enjoy my work.

Does anyone have any suggestions? Anything that could be better? If you dare write, I'll be very happy to make your wishes come true :-)

This post is a little different from others, because I have experienced something completely, truly amazing. In one day I saw the worlds most rare and endangered Penguin, The Yellow Eyed Penguin. There are only eight of them in this colony and I saw four including a chick. Very very cool. There are less than 3600 of these penguins left in the world, and they are extremely shy. And later in the day I swam in the ocean with Hector Dolphins!!!! There are extremely few of this small dolphin species in the world, less than 5000, and I was in the (very cold) water as long as I could endure. Three dolphins came up close and swam around me, one dived and surfaced half a meter from my nose just out of no-where and it surprised me a good deal. While I was swimming I even saw a dolphin jump out of the water! He was about 25 meters away. There are not really any photos of my dolphin swimming, I was kind of busy swimming... :-)

What an amazing experience. I can't even begin to describe the feeling of swimming with dolphins, it's so incredibly touching.

Do this before you die.



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