You can meticulously plan your adventures all you want, but sometimes, life is all about being in the right place at the right time — especially when it comes to the unpredictability of the ocean’s most beautiful animals. In Vancouver’s English Bay, two friends were out kayaking, hoping to capture their trip on film. While one was trying to free up space on his phone, the other was recording. He noticed that dozen of tiny fish started swimming to the surface of the water — and indicator that a predator was close by. Before he could react, something absolutely incredible happened, and it will take your breath away. Just make sure to watch this video to the end.
The full 50sec video can be viewed on the YouTube link in my bio. We set out to see if we could find the whale that has been feeding in the area for the last few days. My heart started racing when I saw small fish swimming to the surface in a frenzy, I knew it was close. ? #whale #humpback #whalewatching #kayak #kayaking #kayakingadventure #vancouver #explorebc #explorecanada #explore #playhard #wildlife #modernoutdoors #oceanencounters #awesome #bucketlist #vancitybuzz #cbcvancouver A video posted by Johnny O (@johnnyvanuck) on Apr 10, 2016 at 7:49pm PDT