Sometimes it doesn’t take much to make a new friend. 🙂
It certainly didn’t take very long for this man to get close to this cutie. He was enjoying a nice day on the boat when all of a sudden a seal jumped up on board to enjoy some nice sun and company. And look at how cute and friendly he is!
His new human friend describes their sudden meeting, and the sweet disposition of his new friend, to the camera.
Unfortunately, he wasn’t able to video the moment when the seal jumped onto his boat, but it’s pretty cool that it was such a surprise he didn’t even have the time!
I really don’t know what I would do if a seal came up from behind me to say, “hello” 🙂 It would most certainly be a “Kodak moment”, of course I’m dating myself with the Kodak comment but I think you know what I mean.
It would easily be classified as a “Selfie moment”, there, that’s much better and with the times of today.
It’s times like these that create memories which last a lifetime. How often do you have an experience when you’re out with friends and would bring this up during a conversation and say, “Oh yea?! Well, I had a seal come up behind me for a photo op”.
I do feel that your friends might be a little skeptical but that’s why capturing times like this on camera are essential, simply for one reason, “PROOF!”. 🙂
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