This is not a dolphin in captivity. Its a wild Bottlenose Dolphin in calm North Atlantic evening with her best human friend Kate. Mother of my two kids. The incredible ocean story which we have the privilege to live for last 13 years
Bottlenose Dolphin glazed by flat calm ocean at The Canaries
Baby Humpback Whale making eye contact at Kingdom of Tonga
jewell of irish coastline Coumeenoole Beach, Dingle Peninsula
A wave that had gone ashore was reflected back out to sea and hit the next wave coming in. Backwash can create strange results such as this wave
Freediving in Ireland can be dark and cold with bad visibility, but you can experience the most spiritual moments in this green harmony.
my girlfriend Kate Hamsikova is freediving with her friend from the ocean, a wild bottlenose dolphin. This special moment shows the extraordinary relationship that can exist between wild ocean creatures and humans.
picture taken from inside of barreling wave which framing Burren coastline and Fanore
sheer beauty of ocean power
Riley’s, West Coast of Ireland
My girlfriend Kate is opening her arms to Humpback whale in Tonga and she rolled over her back and imitate her moves back by spreading her giant pectoral fins. That’s why I’m so fascinated by cetaceans, they try to communicate with us