Roy Mangersnes - Effortless


Last month I was on an assignment, sailing the south Atlantic Ocean for over three weeks. As we approached the remote island of Ascension at dawn we suddenly noticed a large group of Bottlenose Dolphins bow riding in front of our ship. It was such pleasure to hang of the railing and photograph them as they were gliding through the blue water almost without any effort at all. Every now and then they came up to take a breath or breached, in the warm morning sunlight. A true privilege!

Location: Ascension Island

Tags: Dolphin, mammal, roy mangersnes, sea

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