A flock of killer whales (Orcinus orca) in Andfjorden, Northern Norway,a cold day in January 2011. Killer whales are not normally seen in this fjord, but this winter was very special as hundreds of Killer whales came to feed on schools of herring. For many years, the Vestfjorden/Ofoten-area further south have been well known to hold large amounts of Killer whales in winter. The last few years however, both the herring and Killer whales have moved out of this area. Maybe Andfjorden will be the new feeding area for Killer Whales in winter. Photographing wildlife in this part of Norway in early January is very challenging as the sun never rises. The light may however be very nice! High ISO were needed to capture this image and I have removed some background noise in the post processing of the image. The image was taken from a boat and there were no signs that the whales were disturbed by our presence. A breathtaking experience to meet these majestic animals!