Whale-watching from HARPY as Humpback whales feed close to the Old Head of Kinsale.
HARPY leaving Kinsale for fishing grounds.
Carefully returning a blue shark alive to the seas.
Note the Yellow Tag on dorsal fin - used to track these creatures movements.
In the end, its all about, and for, people who love the sea.
Propeller boss of one of WW1 sub UC-42's propellors. She lies sunk approx 5nm south of Roches Point. Photo ©Timmy Carey
Spotting and photographing dolphins 3nm south of Old Head of Kinsale.
Sunset in Kinsale, pictured from the quays.
There is a large wound visible under the throat - a longitudinal tear along the whale's centre line. It is about a metre in legth. Was this the cause of death?