Lowe Inlet

May 06, 2018 - National Geographic Quest


We couldn’t ask for nicer weather. Today we had sunshine throughout the day shining through the mountaintops with a temperature in the mid 70s. It was simply perfect. We started with fin whales before breakfast, continued with walks around Lowe Inlet, and finished with a toast on the bow before Verney Falls. It is our final day in British Columbia. Now onward to Alaska!

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About the Author

Brett Garner

Naturalist/Expedition Diver

Brett is a photographer, marine biologist, and educator from California. He is happiest underwater with camera in hand working to inspire marine conservation. He has worked and traveled extensively throughout the Americas, Asia, Oceania, and the Middle East. His underwater work has taken him under the ice in Alaska and also through some of the world’s warmest seas. 

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Ralph Pace

Naturalist/Certified Photo Instructor

Ralph is a freelance underwater and environmental photographer based in San Diego, California. Having grown up in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia, Ralph’s love of nature and the outdoors came at a young age. He holds a graduate degree in marine biodiversity and conservation from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography where he used the economic value of a surfing wave along with photography to stop the construction of a marina project that would have ruined a lagoon, a critical sea turtle nesting habitat, and a world-class surf break.  

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