A young Antarctic fur seal perched on his two flippers moves his weight backwards and forwards as if ready for a fight. Then, he dips his powerful head and swings it around in a deep circle. He opens his mouth and he gives a lazy war cry, then sighs. His youthful wild eyes are locked
Hi everyone, my name is Danielle, and I am the other half of Bluebottle Films.
In the past, my partner James had been doing all of the posts on Steemit. Today, he finally convinced me to contribute some of my blogs from the filming trip to the platform.
I hope you enjoy them!
THE FRIENDLY WHALE
Well, where do I begin...
After a few weeks away, we finally have some time to get back into posting about our adventures and also have an update on our film The Map to Paradise.
It's been a hectic last couple of months, trying to get the film ready for a private screening hosted by Prince Albert I
Philippines - The whale sharks of Donsol
Flying into the Philippines, I remembered the last time I was here. I was mesmerised by the beautiful coral reefs, so I was excited that we had chosen to film in the Philippines as a part of our documentary about protecting the sea. However, we were not yet
YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK - California's first protected area
We arrived in Palo Alto, excited to be at our first international film festival for our work on the oceans. Our film The Sea & Me had been selected to play at the 2015 United Nations Association Film Festival and we had been invited to att