This photograph was taken in Tonga when two young adult humpback whales were intensely interacting with each other. The local guide warned us that they were "crazy whales"; a term they use to describe hyperactive whales that would not be shy with humans. True enough, the whales took turns to surface and each time they took a keen interest in the snorkelers by swimming incredibly close to us. In this photo, the humpback whale was so curious with my camera that it swam 5 meters in front of me and starred straight into my lens.
Speed shooting: 1/500
Focal range(mm): 15mm
5 MENCION DE HONOR / HONORABLE MENTION 5