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Portslade divers picture playful seal
5:20pm Monday 22nd July 2013 in News
Just like a playful dog, this seal leans in for a kiss with diver Pash Baker as Rob White captures the moment in a series of amazing underwater pictures.
Pash and partner Rob, who live in Portslade, were diving off the island of Lundy, off the Devon coast, when a group of grey seals swam up and began to play.
One of the curious sea creatures nibbled at a frog glove puppet Pash wore on her hand and another played tug-of-war with a dog’s tug toy.
Pash, a photographer who works as an engineer in the pharmaceutical industry, said, “They loved the toys, and one of them especially enjoyed the glove puppet.
“I put my hand towards him and he rubbed his face against the glove. Then he moved closer and looked straight into my mask.”
You can see Pash’s pictures at www.pashbaker.co.uk and Rob's shots at www.marinepix.co.uk
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