While the Isles of Scilly (an archipelago of 140 islands located 45 miles Southwest of the Cornish coast) offer a panorama of breathtaking visual contrasts, the scuba diving is equally as stunning in the protected waters and features a tapestry of diverse marine species. The island’s unusually wide variability between tidal ranges and shallow waterways create an abundance of habitats.
Photographer Gary Grayson was fortunate enough to encounter an Gray Atlantic Seal sporting a curious demeanor. The pair evidently hit it off and the subsequent footage is tonic for a difficult day in the middle of the work week. Read the full article and see the video here.