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Why I quit my job – Dominica – Swimming with Sperm Whales

Swimming with whales was something I’ve wanted to do since I was about 7 years old. When the opportunity came for me to actually do this, I made the decision to say goodbye to the security of my bank job. I wasn’t allowed the time off to pursue this bucket list item, and in turn...

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  • Violeta Jahnel BrosigHi Guys, could you give me a hand on where to go to swim with sperm whales? Who did you go with? I would love to head there in Jan , but with Big fish expeditions it cost 9k and we just want to spend few days with the sperm whales. What do you reccomend? Thank you sooo much xvReplyCancel

  • Cage Diving with Great White Sharks – Guadalupe Island, Mexico » Caitlin Free Photography[…] I was a child, I always knew I wanted to swim with whales,  but never did I think I’d be in the water near great white […]ReplyCancel

  • Candia AlleyneGreat photos of the nature isle of the Caribbean. I particularly love the ones of the Boiling lake and Valley of Desolation especially since I know that I can never make that trip again having done it once when I was young.ReplyCancel

  • Victor LownesYou have got a book there! Thanks for the preview.
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  • PortiaBeautiful photographs. Lovely write up on my island. Thank you for seeing the island with those eyes of nature. Nature at its best.ReplyCancel

  • Mac Gordon//New York CityAs a Dominican, reading this warmed my heart tremendously. Your blog brings out to the world, the beauty that our island holds within her embrace. I hope you can return sooner, rather than later, so you can continue to share your exploits with us. Many thanks.ReplyCancel

  • AnonymousThanks for the wonderful pics.Dominica is a beautiful place.Nathy

  • John Jno Finnstunning, amazing and worthy of adoration. Thanks for reminding me of the wealth of beauty in the Land of my birth. May we all be forever grateful for this this privilege.ReplyCancel


  • Jahlee J AlfredWe all know and loveReplyCancel

  • Jahlee J AlfredGetting to see and enjoy the DomonicanReplyCancel

  • Jahlee J AlfredDominica the beautifil, I am thankful for that great tribute to DA. I am glad the world is ReplyCancel

  • Faye Kay RayAWESOME PICS…..!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Nayah Blessup Winstonwow talk about beauty much redit to you and your professionalism in photography blessup

  • Michael DieseIsle of my birth, the sea beckons once more to these shores; another wave of her waves. Breath-taking and beautiful!ReplyCancel

  • Lyane BoydDominica is my home at heart trully a mystérious islandReplyCancel

  • Yuri A. JonesCaitlin thank you for writing and publishing such a wonderful blog post about our country! And your photos are beautiful. I think I’ll take my camera out to some of these sites soon!ReplyCancel

  • David RiceThis just shouldn’t be allowed! If it is then how cruel is it to tell us about it! Absolutely marvellous……..ReplyCancel


  • HB EugeneI am Dominican….I am a photographer and I am thrilled with your portrayal of MY island. Great job!. (My buddy Cyril Volney is now soaking it all in on behalf of all his friends abroad).ReplyCancel

  • Shirls JoeThanks for the beautiful pictures of my lovely Dominica and the article was well writtenReplyCancel

  • Giftus JohnGreat portrayal of the “Nature Isle,” and some amazing photos. Wonderful job.ReplyCancel

  • Christopher BThanks for your article and the photos. I spent a week in Dominica last year, staying at Castle Comfort, and I agree with your comments about the hotel and remember fondly some of the places your photos show. Did you ever go diving with Irwin (stinger) and Thomas? Great people.ReplyCancel

  • Jon Glen BannisAmazingReplyCancel

  • Serah Tricia Bellot-ShillingfordSuch beautiful pictures of our Nature Isle…thank you for sharing this!!ReplyCancel

  • Sami Cools-LartigueDominica at her very best……..ReplyCancel

  • Juls Angel HfdGreat shots of our beautiful Nature Isle, thanks for sharing

  • Jade PiperThis is Beautiful, Thank you so much! ReplyCancel

  • Barbara Bully-ThomasThank you for such a beautiful article and stunning photographs of my home island Dominica.ReplyCancel

  • Lucia James-DavisThank you for sharing the beauty of my birthplace.ReplyCancel

  • Cyril VolneyThank you. That’s why I live in Dominica….ReplyCancel

  • wremieThank you for so beautifully depicting the country of my birth. My true home. Looks like you had an amazing adventure. The photos are stunning.ReplyCancel


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