May 16, 2019

Looking Up in the World

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May 16, 2019
Looking Up in the World

Species: Leopard Seal | Location: Yarlour Islands, Antarctica

Our group was zodiac cruising in the Yarlour Islands, Antarctica, looking for wildlife. I t was a cloudless day with absolutely no wind. The scenery was beautiful. Our driver spotted a Leopard Seal on an ice floe that was much higher than the zodiac. We stayed at a safe distance, but I was able to zoom in and get a different perspective of a Leopard Seal.

About The Photographer

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I am a retired product management and development professional who now spends most of my time traveling the world taking photographs. I started taking pictures when I was six and continued my interest in photography in my adult life. I have won international photographic competitions, including 3 best-in-the-world nature print awards in the Kodak International Salon. I have also won an award in the Ocean Conservancy 2016 contest. Two of my images were featured in the 2018 Ocean Conservancy calendar and three images are in the 2019 calendar. My images have also been published in National Wildlife magazine, National Gardening magazine, Florida Wildlife magazine and on the World Wildlife Fund web site. I have exhibited in numerous juried art shows and galleries. When home, I give presentations to community groups about the countries and communities I’ve visited, and talk about the environmental changes I have captured in my photography.

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