Having a whale of a time: Swimmer gets synchonised with ocean beast off the ...

Having a whale of a time: Swimmer gets synchonised with ocean beast off the coast of Tonga Swimmer is photographed just yards from a humpback whale as she copies its movements underwater  Freediver Alice, 31, swam with the huge beast off the coast of Tonga, an exotic island in the South Pacific The huge whale seemed relaxed by her presence as her husband David Edgar took underwater photos

By Joseph Laws For Mailonline

Published: 01:50 GMT, 7 January 2020 | Updated: 01:51 GMT, 7 January 2020

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A freediver has been photographed synchronising her swimming with a humpback whale.

Underwater photographer David Edgar, 30, took photos of his wife Alice, 31, freediving next to the ocean beast as she mirrored its moves.

The calm creature even seemed unbothered by her presence as she swam for the impressive photographs, which were taken off the coast on Tonga in the South Pacific.

Underwater photographer David Edgar, 30, took photos of his wife Alice, 31, freediving next to the ocean beast as she synchronised her swimming. The pair are pictured diving into the water at the same angle

Underwater photographer David Edgar, 30, took photos of his wife Alice, 31, freediving next to the ocean beast as she synchronised her swimming. The pair are pictured diving into the water at the same angle

The pair also took shots with whale sharks in the Philippines - where the young gather to feed on plankton.

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