Lovely Dancing Dolphins

Photographer Greg Haglin from Santa Barbara, Calif., has made these wonderful pictures of dolphins during his numerous trips to the coast of South Africa between 2000 and 2007.
1. Here are the Greg Haglin`s pictures of dolphins from the coast between the cities of Port Elizabeth and the Wilderness. (Photo by Greg Huglin)

Lovely Dancing Dolphins (1)  2.  A group of dolphins happily splash around in the waves at speeds of up to 9 m / sec. (Photo by Greg Huglin)

Lovely Dancing Dolphins (2)  3.  Haglin said that he was really interesting to be ther in the presence of these powerful animals. “Dolphins – they are really skilled swimmers – he says. – Their length is three meters. Putting his hand on the dolphin, you will feel only the force. It’s amazing how powerful they are. ” (Photo by Greg Huglin)

Lovely Dancing Dolphins (3)  4. Sometimes Haglin uses a tripod to take pictures from the ground. “The dolphins catch a wave when it breaks,” – said by the photographer. (Photo by Greg Huglin)

Lovely Dancing Dolphins (4)  5.  All photos were taken with cameras, not digital cameras. (Photo by Greg Huglin)

Lovely Dancing Dolphins (5)  6. Haglin made his photo with a motor boat. Here are five dolphins, just heading to the crest of a wave. “They get their energy waves, and pushes forward.” (Photo by Greg Huglin)

Lovely Dancing Dolphins (6)  7. Haglin spent his entire career, photographing and filming great white sharks, dolphins and other marine creatures, as well as extreme sports. His trip to South Africa were the culmination of his career. “From dawn to a Cossack, I was here, or photographing sharks, dolphins or chasing them.” (Photo by Greg Huglin)

Lovely Dancing Dolphins (7) 8. Dolphin frolics in the waves. (Photo by Greg Huglin)

Lovely Dancing Dolphins (8)  9. This photo Haglin made from a helicopter at about 300-360 m above the water. The water color changed plankton bloom. (Photo by Greg Huglin)

Lovely Dancing Dolphins (9) 10. To communicate Dolphins emit whistles and squeaks, and skillfully use body language. To send away, they usually beat their tails on the water and begin to jump into the air. (Photo by Greg Huglin)

Lovely Dancing Dolphins (10)  11. Haglin knew that dolphins often jump into the air for some reason, but having tracked them for hours, he also came to believe that they can jump just for the sake of fun. “I can not think why they’re doing it, its just because they are really like it. (Photo by Greg Huglin)

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