Photographers capture the most memorable moments.
Take Stu Davidson, who yesterday snapped a beauty in Puget Sound. He managed to snap an Orca with the Seattle skyline, including the Space Needle, in the distance.
“What a gorgeous day to be on Puget Sound today!” Davidson posted on Facebook. “Took a cruise up north to Langley on Whibey Island (had lunch and watched Grey and Humpback whales in Saratoga Passage. On our way back south we heard that there were Orcas West of Seattle – we found one of the split-off groups in Elliott Bay.”
The animal, later confirmed by Sara Hysong-Shimazu to be a male known as L87 ONYZ.
And here’s s closer view of the magnificent killer whale
Meanwhile, on the other side of the continent, in Newfoundland and Labrador, nother photographer recently snapped what appears to be a polar bear in mid-prayer beneath a cross.
Wesleyville photographer Jessica Andrews noticed the bear in the area last week taking around 200 images of the bear ambling about the island and up toward the cross.
The photos have been shared hundreds of times and picked up by media outlets around the world.
The image being revered far and wide and by religious and non-believers alike.
“Let everything that has breath praise the Lord” (Psalm 150:6),” one fan noted.