Seal Fine Art Wildlife Photography Prints and Wall Art

Pictures of Seals Including Baby Seals, Harbor Seals and Leopard Seals

A Seal photography gallery of fine art pictures of Seals and Baby Seals by professional wildlife photographer Joseph C. Filer, capturing these unusual mammals in their natural habitats in Oregon, Antarctica and Norway.

Seal photographs are for sale as Limited Edition Fine Art Paper Prints, Chromaluxe ® Metal Prints, and non-glare TruLife ® Acrylic Prints. Frames and large-scale prints 6 feet or more in size are available.

Facts About Seals

The seal is any of 32 species of web-footed aquatic mammals that live chiefly in cold seas and is adapted to swift and graceful swimming. There are two types of seals: the earless, or true, seals (family Phocidae) and the eared seals (family Otariidae) the sea lions and fur seals. Seals are excellent swimmers and divers and some species can reach depths of 150-250 meters or more and can remain underwater for 20-30 minutes.

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The Fascinating Activity of Seals

There are a variety of seals, with Harbor Seals being the most common on the Pacific Coast. In Arctic areas such as Antarctica and Norway, there are Leopard Seals, Weddell Seals, and Bearded Seals.

Capturing photos of seals is possible on the Oregon Coast with a long telephoto camera lens and some perseverance. I was most attracted to the baby Harbor Seals in the Spring. Like any wildlife, there is an interaction with their mother that we can relate to from our own lives. And yes, the little guys are very cute.