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oh my he’s so cute! how close were you? that’s a great in-focus shot! (and I keep meaning to ask about the font in your watermark – love all the curlicues!!)
Seanna Lea says
Maybe it is because I have a dog, but the first thing I noticed were the huge nostrils! Great picture. I love water pictures.
Well, hello there, sir!
He’s a cute face (of course!).
Could you just squeeze that face? I couldn’t believe how many of them were at the beach in Chatham a couple of weeks ago. We see them sunbathing on the island near our house once in a while. It’s so strange to me because I never saw a seal while living on Long Island and I basically grew up on the water. Another great thing I love about New England 🙂
Kathode Ray Tube says
I don’t care if they are shark magnets, they are sweet!
Sooo adorable! Love seals, and to be able to see one so close and *not* in a tank is amazing!!
Maybe it’s the long whiskers or the intense gaze, but this gent looks like a wise old soul.
He’s looking right back atcha and wondering where he misplaced his camera.
Love his whiskers! I once got to bet a walrus and the trainer had him give me a kiss. Very fishy. The whiskers are the best. Amazing shot, Carole!