Dolphins

And talking of the joy of flowing movement, just had to share this footage from the north end of Lundy. Thanks to Steve for organizing his own boys own best ever Stag weekend adventure and to Rudi theĀ inspiredĀ skipper of Frolica. Some of the boys were quick enough to don wet suits and jump over the side, to be greeted by more dolphins than we could count! This memory will stay with all of us for ever. You can see more pics on Steves blog and James’s video. Thanks to Richard Asquith and Henry Price for the track Called ‘Horizon Possible’.

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  1. timkevan
    June 21st, 2009 at 6:41 PM

    Wonderful Richard. Thank you for sharing this incredible local footage.


  2. Easy-Tom
    July 4th, 2009 at 9:49 AM

    Wow – beautiful! I thought you had to travel abroad to see dolphins like that.


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