Going Back to Antarctica

I started looking through my photographs again and could not resist sharing some penguin photographs from my favorite place on the planet.  Antarctica is a wonderful area for taking photos – the scenery is so beautiful and the birds tame.  There are three species of penguin breeding on the Antarctic Peninsula – Gentoo with orange bills, Chinstrap with a delicate black line across cheek and chin  – and Adelie the classic ‘tuxedo penguin’.


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13 Responses to Going Back to Antarctica

  1. Wonderful photos! The little penguin chicks are totally adorable. ❤ ❤ ❤

  2. Amanda Scott says:

    Beautiful photos and gorgeous penguins! Antarctica is somewhere I’ve always wanted to go, and now I want to go even more!

  3. Kerri says:

    LOVE this post!!! What sweeties!!

  4. Rose Klix says:

    I love the Momma and babies!! The twelfth picture – penguin staring at camera – is my second choice.

  5. Wow! How close do you have to be to take the close-ups? I love their short flippers.

  6. Pam says:

    You’ve captured some beautiful shots of these beautiful creatures. Thanks for sharing them with us!

  7. Thanks so much! I am glad you enjoyed them

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  9. Wild Scorpio says:

    Beautiful work! This must have been an incredible experience. I’ve just added Antarctica to my ‘must go there someday’ list!!!

  10. A superb experience, love the Chinstrap and, oh, those babies!.Wonderful moments.

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