#1 Fiordland crested penguin
I’ve always been fascinated with penguins. On my fifth expedition to Antarctica / sub-Antarctica I had the opportunity to photograph one of the most vulnerable species – the Fiordland crested penguin. Already the first evening I had some close encounters with these beautiful birds when they came on shore in the evening. I used slow shutter speed at 1/25 second to capture the blurred water motion.
PHOTOGRAPHER Ole Jørgen Liodden
LOCATION Westland, New Zealand
DATE November, 2011
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