The Sly Eye, South Georgia
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Penguins at St. Andrew's Bay give the photographer the hairy eyeball.
The March of the Penguins, St. Andrew's Bay, South Georgia
A curious group of king penguins interrupt their morning stroll to investigate the photographer at St. Andrew's Bay.
Penguin Reflections, St. Andrew's Bay, South Georgia
The photographer is reflected in the eye of a king penguin at sunrise.
Weddel Seal, Portal Point, Antarctic Peninsula
A weddel seal relaxes on the ice at Portal Point.
King Penguin Greeting, Gold Harbour, South Georgia
A curious king penguin inspects its reflection in my fisheye lens at a colony at Gold Harbour, South Georgia.
Gentoo Penguin, Cuverville Island, Antarctic Peninsula
My favourite of the small penguin species, the gentoo brings me back to my days working in IT.
Elephant Seal Weaner, St. Andrew's Bay, South Georgia
A juvenile elephant seal calf enjoys the morning sun.
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.
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.
Penguin Conference, Gold Harbour, South Georgia
It's hard not to imagine speech bubbles above the heads of the king penguins when they gather like this!
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
A pair of king penguins relax at Peggoty Bluff, South Georgia. This is the spot where Shackleton landed after his epic voyage from Elephant Island.
Lone Penguin, Cuverville Island, Antarctic Peninsula
A lone gentoo penguin crests a ridge on Cuverville Island, Antarctica.
Antarctic Tern, Cuverville Island, Antarctic Peninsula