This juvenile, humpback whale exploded out of the water as it fed on adult menhaden.
The Big Gulp
Young humpback whale feeds in only 10 feet of water off Salisbury Beach, Massachusetts
Wave of the Fin
Humpback whale waves its pectoral fin as it makes its way through the fog.
More than a Mouthful
The mouth of this whale bellows out as it swallows a school of menhaden.
The One that got Away
One lone menhaden survived the attacking whale.
The One that got Away - another stretch of beach
Alternative view showing a different portion of the beach and home behind the whale.
Humpback whale feeds right on the beach in only 10 feet of water.
Humpback Spraying Bait
Erupting out of the surf at amazing speed, this humpback whale sprays menhaden in all directions.
A school of menhaden panic as the young whale scoops up great numbers of fish with its cavernous mouth.
So Fast - So Efficient
Menhaden turned flying fish.
Beachside View of Whale
Some folks were captivated by the feeding whale, however, others were oblivious to the leviathan feeding a few yards away.
Cruising the Beach
Following the trough line, parallel to the beach, the whale would rocket along the shoreline at great speed.
The Squeeze Play
When the whale's mouth clamps shut it squeezes so fast and hard, water sprays out in mist and droplets.
There's nothing subtle about a feeding whale.