• Abdullah Althani

    Ocean Giant, Whale Watching, San Diego, California. This took my breath away. I can't imagine what it would feel like to be on a boat and a creature probably bigger than the boat go under you. I would be breathless.

  • Alexandria Briggs

    Ocean Giant, Whale Watching, San Diego, California. this is why im afraid of the ocean

  • Stephanie Kiger

    Whale Watching, San Diego, California, bucket list!

  • San Diego Marriott Gaslamp Hotel

    Whale Watching, San Diego, California #sandiego

  • *♡*..*☆Andrea Millican☆*..*♡*

    25 Ocean Giant, Whale Watching, San Diego, California. I want to do it but in scuba, right next to it. I want to feel my place next to a beautiful, intelligent animal of this size.

  • I Share My Pins!

    Holy Smokes! Ocean Giant, Whale Watching, San Diego, California photo via glitterball

  • Chrystal Senter

    Holy cow! I think I'd pee my pants. Would love to go whale watching though.

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