When you are out in nature, you can’t predict what you might come across. You can do your best to be prepared for whatever comes your way, but sometimes Mother Nature can surprise you in incredible ways. Even when you take simple walk in the park, you might come across amazing sights. The people who took the following video also had an amazing experience while kayaking.
Michelle Feis was heading out of Roche Harbour into Open Bay in the San Juan Islands in Washington. It started out as a normal expedition, but it turned out to be a very lucky day for her. She had no idea that a huge pod of killer whales were so close to them in the waters. They could see the fins and tails a bit into the distance. Feis and her team decided to move closer to the cliffs and into the kelp to keep out of their way.
They could see over 30 killer whales near them. It was already an exhilarating experience, but it became even better when one of them swam right under Feis’s kayak. She could capture an amazing close up of the beast. Their agility was amazing to behold. She even saw one breach completely out of water. This was a once in a lifetime opportunity, and she was fortunate to capture it on tape.
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