Freediving the Orca Trail with the PNW Protectors

A super-pod of majestic orcas travel the kelp forests off the US Pacific Northwest. What do they see along their way? The freedivers of the PNW Protectors give you a unique perspective on their journey using a Sony Alpha A7R III and 20mm G lens. 

Taken in the waters of the Salish Sea off the coast of San Juan Island.

PNW Protectors is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to protecting the Salish Sea and the Southern Resident Orcas through education, public awareness, freediving, art and empowering daily actions for everyone worldwide.

 

 

Video © 2020 PNW Protectors

 

Additional Reading

Freediving with Orcas in Norway 

Expedition | Freedive with Orcas & Humpback Whales

Swimming Across the Pacific Garbage Patch with Ben Lecomte

Canadian Splash: Destination New Brunswick

Whale Sharks Off Isla Mujeres with Ken & Kimber Kiefer

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