THE SNOW AND THE WHALES

Last weekend surprised us in many ways: first of all several humpback whales had made their way into the bay. All of them were travelling calmly and spent a long time on the surface resting. Therefore, we were able to get some excellent looks at these magnificent marine mammals. In some occasions, two would swim side by side for a while or surface not too far from each other.
But also the weather was full of changes and once the sun broke through the cloud cover on Saturday and the sky started to clear up more and more, another surprise turned up: snow had fallen over the last two days and the mountain peaks of the Kinnarfjöll mountain range were all covered in white!

Did you notice the fresh snow on the mountains in the background?

Photo & Video by Sarah Arndt (guide)

Last weekend surprised us in many ways: first of all several humpback whales had made their way into the bay. All of them were travelling calmly and spent a long time on the surface resting. Therefore, we were able to get some excellent looks at these magnificent marine mammals. In some occasions, two would swim side by side for a while or surface not too far from each other. But also the weather was full of changes and once the sun broke through the cloud cover on Saturday and the sky started to clear up more and more, another surprise turned up: snow had fallen over the last two days and the mountain peaks of the Kinnarfjöll mountain range were all covered in white! Did you notice the fresh snow on the mountains in the background? - Sarah 🎥 by Sarah Arndt (guide)

Posted by Gentle Giants Whale Watching on Monday, September 7, 2020
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