Let Sleeping Sea Lions Lie

By: danitacahill

Aug 02 2013

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Category: Animal Photography, Animals, Humor, Nature, Nature Photography, Ocean, Photography, Photojournalism, Portrait photography, Seascape, Spring, Travel, Water, Wildlife


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The sea lion looks so peaceful in this shot. And it was. For moments at a time. The rest of the time it was grumping and growling at the other sea lions sharing its dock along Yaquina Bay in Newport, Oregon.

I took this photo while on a family coastal vacation during our kids’ spring vacation.

Copyright Danita Cahill. All rights reserved.


5 comments on “Let Sleeping Sea Lions Lie”

  1. Precious!:) reminds me of a sleepy newborn:)

    Reem Sent from my iPhone

  2. How’ve you been? Hope well:)! Miss your photos!

    • I’ve been great, Reem! Most of my creativity has been funneled into writing books lately. My third book “Love at First Click” was just released on Amazon, and I’m working on my fourth book now.

      I need to revamp my blogs into one websites with writing and photography combined, I think. Otherwise I just can’t keep up.

      Thanks for checking in. Hope you and your family are well, too!

      • How cool! I didn’t know you were writing and publishing- it’s a dream of mine- will check out your story on amazon! Was it hard to do?

        Reem Faruqi Sent from my iPhone


      • It has it’s challenges, Reem. The hardest, and most consuming part is all the marketing and promotion indie authors have to do after their book is published, when all we really want to do it write the next book!

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