Friday, March 18, 2022

Antarctica redux

It was the greatest adventure of a lifetime, my cruise to Antarctica in December 2003. I carried two Canon digital cameras, a 1D SLR and a PowerShot S45 point-and-shoot, as well as a medium format Fuji GW690 film camera. Despite this arsenal, I "only" posted about 65 images from the almost 2,000 I took on this trip. I've been known to post 21 images of a single bighorn working its way down a cliff, so by my current standards 65 wasn't that many. I was looking through my image files from Antarctica and decided that about 40 more were worthy of posting. My next project is going back and reprocessing the 65 original images to reflect the improvements in Photoshop and my own editing skills since then.

Most of the "new" images were of chinstrap and gentoo penguins going about their business. Click on any of the images to start the 105-image slide show at that point.

Chinstrap with a rock. Click here if the image is not visible.
Chinstrap with a rock

Gentoo with a rock.  Click here if the image is not visible.
Gentoo with a rock

Gentoos on a ledge.  Click here if the image is not visible.
Gentoos on a ledge

Petermann Island.  Click here if the image is not visible.
Petermann Island

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