© Keith Szafranski

ANTARCTIC PICTURE FRAME

This photograph of Emperor Penguins moving along the Antarctic ice in late afternoon was literally the last image of the Emperors I took on my 2006 trip to Antarctica. I had left the colony of some 4000 nesting pair of birds and was meandering my way back to the helicopter landing site when I spotted this blue hole in a small mound of ice. The hole is only about a foot in diameter and because of the topography I had to lay on my side just a few feet from the opening and shoot with a wide angle lens in order to get this shot.

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