I love this picture! It’s taken by John Durban one of the biologists we worked with. John spends most of his time taking pictures of dorsal fins that he then uses to identify individual whales. Dorsal fins are great because you always see them when the whales rises to breath and most importantly, they are all different. Usually the dorsal and a bit of the back is all you see of the Killer whales from the surface. However, whenever whales are moving fast, especially in rough water, there is a chance you might see a bit more of the head. Whenever John sees this happen he shouts “Chin” – referring to the fact the killer whale is showing a bit of the lower jaw. This is a classic bit of “Chin”!!