Herman van Bon Photography

Fine Art Photography, Napier, South Africa.

Whales

Herman van Bon Photography

I don’t have this super telelens but have to do with what I’ve got. For picturing whales you need at least a 500 mm lens like those super Canon canon or Sony’s (even more expensive) equivalent of that. And I’m not one of those tourists that pay a fortune to go on a whale/shark watching …

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Imaginary of the Esplanade in Hermanus, South Africa. It’s South Africa’s whale-watching hotspot for tourists but most of them eat and drink on the terraces …. and … , seemingly, forget about the whales…. More eye for what is on the menu…

Shot along coast in Gansbaai, South Africa. For people traveling off-the-beaten-track: From Hermanus/Stanford turn right into ‘Die Kelders’. Follow this road until there is a sign (=right) to a National Park. On this road first turn left. This is a dead-end road with parking at the end. Take the path towards the ocean and enjoy. …

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Hermanus in the Western Cape, South Africa attracts many tourists for whale watching. Even in season (June-December) it can happen that there are days that you hardly see any and other days it’s a joyful sight seeing them play as far as the eye reaches. Yesterday, virtually the end of season, they were very quiet …

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