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Pair of King Penguins (aptenodytes patagonicus) apparently having a dispute about their patch of poolside real estate. Background replaced.
Canon EOS 5D MkII with Canon EF 70-200mm L IS f/4
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oh what a proud look he has, fabulous shot Krys, for a cold and dark and dank bristol, dawnxxx
Thanks Dawn! Took me AGES to replace that dang background! Good morning from an equally dark but warm Southampton! ;o) xxx
– Krys Bailey
Beautiful work, Krys. xo
Hauteur personified (or should that be penguinified) Great shot, Krys.
:o)))) Thanks Steve!
Aw, they are so adorable Krys, what lovely colours they are…and what a funny pic..;-)
Absolutely adorable Krys :-))
Thanks Lyn! I was so delighted to see my first King Penguins! They are really very impressive critters! ;o)
They are gorgeous creatures. I saw some last year when we visited the cotswolds, theres a bird sanctuary there, I was fascinated with them :-)))
Then these are the same guys – at Birdland!!! Aren’t they fast swimmers!?! ;o)
Yes….they’re the ones at Bourton on the water. We went this time last year…but I was on my crutches at the time…lol. We’ll probably go again though. They have some fabulous birds there don’t they and gorgeous gift shops :-)))
Have you been to Birdworld near Farnham? They have some beautiful featherballs there too!
No…I haven’t tried that one…sounds very interesting though :-)))
Perfect title! Excellent pose you captured.
Congratulations this image is being featured in First Things
Many thanks Isa – I am very honoured! ;o)