Sekiu K22 breached and tail slapped beside her son Tika K33 when I first arrived at the cliffs and further offshore Saturna K43, who was with her mother Sequim K12 and older brother Rainshadow K37, joined in with some tail slaps. The orcas were headed South but then stopped and milled about/foraged for a bit before heading North together. Tika K33 logged at the surface for a short time before he rolled over, slapped his pectoral fin, righted himself, tail slapped, cartwheeled, and tail slapped again. However, the orcas did not get too far away before they turned back around and came slowly back South towards me in resting mode. Sequim K12, Rainshadow K37, and Saturna K43 pulled ahead of Sekiu K22 and Tika K33 and the three of them formed a little resting line. All five eventually came in close to shore for their passes, allowing me to get some great shots, especially of Rainshadow K37, who I rarely see for some reason.
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