Shelltone Whale Project

Communicate with cetaceans and share their message to mankind using music, using sound...

Beneath the surface of the Oceans, whales are singing some amazingly complex and delicate songs, pure expression of their wisdom. It appears that anyone who approached a whale, and had a chance to listen to their songs, had the feeling that those peacefull creatures might have a tremendous knowledge still to be discovered and shared.

The mission of the "Shelltone Whale Project" is to become a link between us and the whales, by learning more from their songs, attempt to communicate with them and trying to understand their message to mankind.

Wednesday, September 3, 2008

San Francisco & the Farallonnes Islands Sanctuary

Playing the Shelltone on the Golden gate, with my friend Vern Bryant, CEO of " SF Bay Whale Watching ", a genuine whale lover and a wonderful human being. Thanks so much to Vern for his kindness and the warm welcome he and his wife Cynthia Rose gave me during my stay with them in Sausalito. Nothing would have been possible without them.
Vern with naturalist Melinda Nakagawa at the Farallonnes Island.
Naturalist Carol Keiper preparing the hydrophone to listen to the humpback whales songs.
First communication attempt with a microphone and an underwater speaker. Thanks to Captain Joe Nazar for his precious help.
My first humpback. Curious ?
Tail !!!! To be continued.....

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