Two humpbacks going in different directions.
A humpback tail ready to sound.
One humpback in a group feeding on herring.
This humpback is ready to dive for another feeding.
The water dripping off this humpback\'s tail makes a beautiful pattern.
Barnacles grow on a humpback\'s fin.
Humpbacks feeding in Southeast Alaska.
The snow on the mountain highlights the white patches on a humpback\'s tail as it dives again into the cold Alaska water.
A humpback\'s tail dipping into the water at an angle.
This humpback tail fills the screen.
A humpback showing off its tail.
The photo of a lifetime. These humpback whales created a bubble ring before bursting to the surface for a mouthful of water and little fish.
Graceful humpback whale tail.
The end of a successful whale feed in Southeast Alaska\'s Inside Passage.
A humpback whale\'s back.
The lower jaws in this photo haven\'t yet brought in their catch of herring. Notice the number of fish trying to get out of the way of the humpback whales\' lunchplate.
A close up look at a humpback whale tail.
The Alaska sun reflects off this close humpback whale\'s tail.
A large side fin slapping the water in a form of whale communication.
This humpback tail slid effortlessly into the cold Alaskan water.
Coffman Cove, Alaska shows up behind this pair of humpback whales.
It takes some patience and a lot of luck to capture a humpback tail with a mountain of snow.
Alaska water runs off a humpback tail as it rises before the whale dives.
Snow and a whale tail make a beautiful site.
The mountains in the background closely mirror the whales finishing this round of feeding.
A trio of humpback whales.
This humpback whale\'s tail tips at an interesting angle every time it enters the water in Southeast Alaska.