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For seven years, the famous Greg Haglin photos of Santa Barbara, during his travels on the coast of South Africa, made a large number of photos with the dolphins.
Along the coastline between the towns of South Africa, Port Elizabeth and Wilderness Greg Haglin he made wonderful pictures of dolphins.
This small group of dolphins moving through the water at speeds of up to 9 m / s, they do not just swim, but as it is played.
"Dolphins -. Really skillful swimmers, - says Haglin. - Their length is three meters. Placing his hand on a dolphin, you will feel the effect only. It is amazing how powerful they are. " The photographer says that he is very interesting, but at the same time embarrassed to be in the presence of these powerful animals.
It happens Haglin in his art uses ultrazoom on a tripod to take pictures from the ground. "Dolphins catch the wave when it breaks", - says the photographer.
When Greg Haglin arrives on the coast of South Africa, to take photos, he uses different methods and ways to achieve high results. He photographs from a helicopter with a motor boat, by land and not by means of digital cameras, but with the help of cameras.
This photo Greg Haglin made from a motor boat. The picture shows a group of five dolphins which goes right to the crest of the wave. "They draw energy waves and pushes forward. In fact, it's late start. "
The entire career Haglin due to the fact that he was photographing and filming great white sharks, dolphins and other marine life, and he was interested in extreme sports. The culmination of his career were frequent trips to South Africa: "From dawn to dusk, I was here, or photographing sharks or dolphins chasing."
Playing with waves dolphins.
This unique photo Greg Haglin made while in a helicopter at an altitude of 300-360 meters above the water. The water color is unusual due tsvetushego plankton.
Dolphins communicate a sound like whistling and squeaking, in addition they are well use your own body language. To report something other dolphins, they beat their tails on the water and start to jump into the air.
Haglin knows for sure what the dolphins jumping in the air often do so for some reason, but more than one hour to watch them, he also came to the conclusion that they can jump, and just for the sake of fun. "I can not help but think that they are doing it because they really like it. Would you not do so, if you could? "