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A small group of King penguins on the beach outside the office window(!) King Edward Point, South Georgia.
Gear used: half grad 0.3 Lee filter, Hoya polariser, -1.3 rear flash, Nikon D600 manual settings.
That's some view from the office window, Rod: and what a fine shot of the King Penguin group.
I look forward to your images and am never disappointed.
excellent, the detail with the top penguin's beak pointing towards the bird in flight is fantastic!
IQuote: Excellent, the detail with the top penguin's beak pointing towards the bird in flight is fantastic!
I hadn't actually noticed the bird in flight at the time, as I was crawling along the beach through the penguin poo trying to keep a low profile and not disturb them.
I agree with Ronnie - great stuff!
That must be the best view from any office window in the WHOLE WORLD..............gis a job..........
Some view from the office !!!!!!! window Rod. Fantastic !!!!!
Such a wonderful office view
Well done, but I know what you mean about the poo. My waterproofs still smell almost 20 years after I did the same on St Andrews Bay. But it was worth it. S Georgia is one of my most favourite places. Such a shame it is so difficult to get to now I am getting on, but then its isolation is what makes it so wonderful. Ken
Such an endearing shot and the penquin which is pointing its beak towards the bird which is flying away is fantastic.
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