The March of the Penguins, St. Andrew's Bay, South Georgia
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A curious group of king penguins interrupt their morning stroll to investigate the photographer at St. Andrew's Bay.
Weddel Seal, Portal Point, Antarctic Peninsula
A weddel seal relaxes on the ice at Portal Point.
Nordenskjöld Glacier, South Georgia
On a calm evening after sunset, the glacier emerges from the mist.
Penguins and Leopard Seal, St. Andrew's Bay, South Georgia
A leopard seal waits for the penguins to enter the water with the massive penguin colony in the background.
Iceberg, Charlotte Bay, Antarctic Peninsula
The sun struggles to burn through the fog in Charlotte Bay, Antarctica.
Glacier Front, Cuverville Island, Antarctic Peninsula
Glacier fronts are beautiful and ever-changing sculptures with intricate detailing and beautiful colours.
Peak II, St. Andrew's Bay, South Georgia
A prominent peak protrudes above the fog on a fine morning at St. Andrew's Bay.
Peaks, Fortuna Bay, South Georgia
Jagged peaks rise over Fortuna Bay on South Georgia.
Peaks, King Haakon Bay, South Georgia
These dramatic peaks overlook Peggoty Bluff where Shackleton and his men made camp after their epic ocean crossing from Elephant Island.
Peak II, King Haakon Bay, South Georgia
Another frost-rimed peak guarding the area around Peggoty Bluff, where Shackleton and his men camped before undertaking the first traverse of South Georgia's interior on their rescue mission.
Peak, King Haakon Bay, South Georgia
One of many frost-rimed peaks surrounding Peggoty Bluff in King Haakon Bay where Shackleton landed after his epic ocean crossing from Elephant Island.
Iceberg II, Cuverville Island, Antarctic Peninsula
Especially on a gray day, the colours and textures in the ice are brought out vividly.
Peak II, Charlotte Bay, Antarctic Peninsula
A mountain peak rises above the glacier in the fog at Charlotte Bay, Antarctica.
Peak III, Charlotte Bay, Antarctic Peninsula