Seal Colony, Cape Cross

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25 Responses to Seal Colony, Cape Cross

  1. Forest So Green says:

    The faces of the animals are beautiful. Nice photos.

  2. Wonderful photos. They always look so playful 🙂

  3. bananabatman says:

    Lovely images! I’ve been here and it looks much nicer than it smells. 🙂

  4. disperser says:

    We’re not allowed to get that close to the seals here . . . come to think of it, here (Colorado) there’s not that many seals.

  5. What can I say…uuuuuuh. How adorable.

  6. Great work Nikita! I really like the close-up shots.

  7. annetbell says:

    Terrific! Namaste. . .. Anne

  8. Such adorable photos, love the flipper and facial expressions, thank you for the smiles 🙂

  9. ruryellison says:

    Great shots! Well done

  10. aak92 says:


  11. createdbyrcw says:

    Beautiful creatures with amazingly expressive faces (more so than some people I know)…thanks for sharing these images…Randy

  12. Tina Schell says:

    Wonderful post. You really captured their personalities!

  13. djmrakiey says:

    they are all good shots… I think the “eye contact” is outstanding !

  14. vsperry says:

    Really nice shots…and thanks for liking my latest post!

  15. chillibasket says:

    Great Pictures! I really love wildlife and animal photography. By the way, thanks for following my blog!

    Simon B.

  16. Loved my visit there. The babies were so cute! But it was sad seeing dead ones washed up on the beaches nearby. Everybody said it smelled horrible but I didn’t think it was so bad.

  17. Fantastic pictures and I genuinely love seals, so gentle (obviously not if you are a penguin) and intelligent.

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