They look's so important....
Nice shot :)
What deal do You have with penquins?
Muy buena. Felicitaciones!
Foto molto bella ! ciao
Thank you everybody for your comments!
I have now set up a Limited Edition Print Sale at my website
Please come by and have a look. Thankyou
Muchas gracias a todos por vuestros comentarios!
He puesto en marcha una Venta de Fotografías de Edición Limitada en mi página web
Venid a echar un vistazo. Un saludo
I'll have to get a better camera before Antarctica!
If you are planning to go to Antarctica then it is a very good excuse to upgrade part of your gear. I would recommend a nice long lens to get close to all this wildlife.
Yeah, I am saving for a big zoom for Africa and Antarctica.
I am presuming that IS would be critical for Antarctica as you are in the boat most of the time.
For an earlier trip to Africa, I found that a 600mm still wasn't enough (even though we were very lucky with animals) so I think buying a great used lens and then reselling after I return would be the best.
By the time I can do both trips, I hope to save $5k-7k for that lens (in 3-5 years :O)
I was using a Nikon 80-400 VR (the most i can afford at the moment) would love to have a 600 f4, though my current dream lens is the Nikon 200-400 f4 VR. Still many years away!
Hope you have fun in Africa & Antarctica
preciosos animales, buena foto!
Foto fantastica.Parabens Henrique
Hola Enrique, ¿Esta fotografía esta realizada en la Isla de los Leones marinos, en las Islas Malvinas? Es muy bueno tu trabajo, te felicito.
Saludos desde Buenos Aires!! Marah.
sei fra i miei preferiti,ciao enriquevidalphoto.co…
foarte simpatici pinguinii!LIKE!
Excelente! de belo enquadre.
Fantastic shot! Well done. Kind regards from Athens.
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Photo taken in Unnamed Road, Sealion Island Settlement FIQQ 1ZZ, Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas)
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