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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.
Snow Day, St. Andrew's Bay, South Georgia
A lone king penguin stretches in a snow flurry at sunrise on the beach at St. Andrew's Bay.
Nordenskjöld Glacier, South Georgia
On a calm evening after sunset, the glacier emerges from the mist.
Iceberg VI, Cuverville Island, Antarctic Peninsula
Ephemeral mountain ranges are formed in iceberg graveyards. Here one day and collapsed the next, they are never the same twice. Here a few Antarctic terns look on from the lower ridge.
Iceberg V, Cuverville Island, Antarctic Peninsula
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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.
Lone Penguin, St. Andrew's Bay, South Georgia
A lone king penguin inspects the photographer at sunrise on the beach at St. Andrew's Bay, one of the largest king penguin colonies in the world.
Penguin Pair, King Haakon Bay, South Georgia